Scholarly Communication in a Digital World: A Thought Provoking Symposium To Celebrate the World-Wide Launch of DSpace Part 2

author: James Boyle, Duke Law School, Duke University
author: Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)
published: April 8, 2013,   recorded: November 2002,   views: 6
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In James Boyle's lively presentation on the new "intellectual property economy", he asks the question, "If we cannot protect speech in a university environment, where can we protect it?"

Clifford Lynch reflects on the beginnings of a repository movement, and talks about the need for leadership during this time of significant change in scholarly communication.

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