Greenblatt, Henderson, and Thorburn, from the MIT Communications Forum, on if:book

Greenblatt continued to say that last year Harvard passed a vote that faculty would be required if they wrote an article to allow access to a digital version for Harvard, so that all their scholarly work would be universally accessible digitally. “As a general principle, the idea that the work that we do should have value digitally and have universal access,” is what Greenblatt said he had been calling for for years.

From if:book, a project of the Institute for the Future of the Book

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