This guide will introduce you to a variety of resources that support, supplement, and give context to the conversation at Advancing A More Just And Open Media Landscape. Use the tabs on the left to discover resources at the University Libraries, related scholarship, and opportunities to get involved.
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National Friends of Libraries Week is an annual event to celebrate the contributions friends groups make to libraries. Organized by United for Libraries, a section of the American Library Association for library trustees, advocates, friends, and foundations, Friends of Libraries week celebrates the activism, curiosity, and generosity of those who support libraries.
International Open Access Week is an annual opportunity for those who create and use scholarly research to advocate for free, immediate, online access to the results of scholarly research and the right to use and re-use those results. Celebrated by a worldwide community of individuals and organizations in academia, industry, media, medicine, and science, this year's Open Access Week theme is Community over Commercialization.
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