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World Bank's OA policy

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  • Subbiah Arunachalam
    From A2K discussion list Creative Commons Video and Report on World Bank Panel on Open Access Policy and Development [by Timothy Vollmer] On Monday, the World
    Message 1 of 1 , May 29, 2012
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      Creative Commons Video and Report on World Bank Panel on Open Access

      Policy and Development

      [by Timothy Vollmer] On Monday, the World Bank hosted an event called
      What the World Bank's Open Access Policy Means for Development (you can
      view the video recording of the event at the link or embedded below).
      Participants included Peter Suber from Harvard University, Michael
      Carroll from American University (Mike is on the Board of Directors at
      Creative Commons), and Cyril Muller and Adam Wagstaff from the World
      Bank. The discussion was timely given the Bank's recently-announced Open
      Access Policy and Open Knowledge Repository. We blogged about the Bank's
      announcement of these two great initiatives. The World Bank's Open
      Access Policy requires that all research outputs and knowledge products
      published by the Bank be licensed Creative Commons Attribution license
      (CC BY) as a default. Click here for the video and full report.
      <http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/32839>
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