Open Access Week 2019 videos

Garvey, Nathan (2019) Open Access Week 2019 videos. [Creative Work]

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Two short videos on Open Access in research, produced by James Cook University Library staff for international Open Access week, 21-27 October, 2019.

Video 1: Open Access. Open Access has become one of the most critical issues for academics and scholars across the world. The ability to communicate research quickly and without barriers, and to share results and data freely, remains an ongoing challenge. Staff from James Cook University Library spoke to some of JCU’s leading experts in Open Access, to discuss the nature, benefits, and the future of open knowledge.

Video 2: Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge The theme of the 2019 Open Access Week is ‘Open for Whom?: Equity in Open Knowledge’. Staff from James Cook University Library spoke to some of JCU’s leading researchers about the relationship between equity and Open Knowledge, and its importance for their work.

Item ID: 60628
Item Type: Creative Work (Recorded/Rendered Work - Audio/visual recording)
Media of Output: Mp4 files
Keywords: Open Access; Open Knowledge; publishing; research; data; equity
Copyright Information: © James Cook University. Open Access under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC By 4.0) international license.
Sensitivity Note: [Video 2:] Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following production may contain images of people who have died.
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Interviews were conducted in September and October 2019 with JCU researchers: Dr Benedict Atkinson, Prof. Ian Atkinson, Prof. Michael Bird, Dr Theresa Petray, A/Prof. Stephanie Topp, and Prof. Maxine Whittaker.

The project involved considerable assistance and advice from JCU Library staff, particularly Anna Gibbons, Shannon Harmon, Tove Lemberget, Alice Luetchford, and Carolyn Treadrea. Special thanks to Samantha Rannard for voiceover narration.

The opening frames of Video 1: 'Open Access' use an image of a chalkboard artwork by Nadia Waters, commissioned by University of New England Library for Open Access Week 2019, reproduced by kind permission of UNE library (and licensed through a Creative Commons Attribution (CC by 4.0) international license.

Video 2: 'Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge' re-uses footage from a number of video productions published with Creative Commons licenses, sourced via Vimeo. Only selected segments from each of these works was used, their audio tracks were muted, and some new video transitions were applied, but the footage was not otherwise modified. All of the videos used were published under Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0) international licenses, the terms of which can be found here:

The full details of the video works reused here are listed below:

b-kültür. 'Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy Chronology (5th-6th-7th July 2014).' 2014.

CS&HISC. 'Gloria O’Hare, Snr Aboriginal Health Worker, Groote Eylandt (NT).' 2010.

WHOlives. 'WHOlives impact: Water is the Baseline'. 2018.

Business fights Poverty. 'People power fighting malaria in Tanzania - Comic Relief and GSK.' 2019.

Magistratess Court of Victoria. 'Magistrates’ Court of Victoria’s Koori Court.' 2017.

Blindspot films. 'Research @ Stellenbosch University.'

KTF. 'Fighting Sexual and Gender-based Violence.' 2015.

OpenAIRE. 'Open Science Fair 2017.' 2017.

Yarn Australia. 'YARN Australia & Merring Studio Narrm Showcase - Feb 2018.' 2018.

Date Deposited: 20 Oct 2019 11:34
FoR Codes: 20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2001 Communication and Media Studies > 200199 Communication and Media Studies not elsewhere classified @ 100%
SEO Codes: 97 EXPANDING KNOWLEDGE > 970113 Expanding Knowledge in Education @ 100%
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