Join us for panel discussions, workshops, and other events to discuss how the fast-paced evolution of the scholarly communication system is affecting you and your work.
Research Without Borders
The Research Without Borders (RWoB) series focuses on pivotal issues in scholarly communication. RWoB events are free and open to the public.
- Watch live webcasts on our webcast page.
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Watch videos of our past events!
Please join Columbia Libraries/Information Services’ Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ Division of Social Sciences and the Division of Humanities for “Research Without Borders: Publishing Without a Publisher? Scholars Are Doing It For Themselves“, our … Read More →
Please join us for “Research Without Borders: Open Access in the Americas”, our final event of the academic year in our Research Without Borders panel discussion series. This event will take place from 3-5pm on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 in Presidential Rooms 2 & 3 of Columbia’s Faculty House (directions here.) It … Read More →
Please join us for "Research Without Borders: Negotiating Constraints and Open Scholarship", our third event of the academic year in our Research Without Borders panel discussion series. This event will take place from 1-3pm on Thursday, February 27, 2014 in Garden … Read More →
Hey, Columbia – it's Open Access Week! Open Access Week is a global event now in its 6th year, which promotes open access as a new norm in scholarship and research. Open access (OA) content is online, freely accessible, and … Read More →
Join us for "Expanding Public Access to Federally Funded Research: Implementing the OSTP Memo", our second event of the academic year in our Research Without Borders panel discussion series. This event will take place from 12-2pm on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 … Read More →
How is social media changing the way researchers and scholars communicate with each other, on their campuses, and with the public? Why should researchers make use of social media? Which social media channels should scholars make use of? How can researchers find … Read More →