Author Archives: Lillian Rigling

Digital Scholarship, Networked Scholarship, and Other Side Effects of Open

113-r3iysl7-north-carolina-state-university-red-app-sm[1] As an early-career librarian, I am fortunate to have come into a world of academic libraries that already values Open Access. I learned about open access in my courses and discussed it at length with my peers over coffee in the student lounge at graduate school. I had the opportunity to work as a graduate assistant with librarians at the University of Toronto, who were doing great work to advance knowledge and practice of Open Access, and I was able to participate in that work. And yet, every time I engaged in one of these conversations, I had a very clear picture in my head: a simple PDF of a journal article. Continue reading