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[opensource] Workshop: Open Source, Open Access, Open Stanford

Henrik Bennetsen bennetsen at
Wed Jun 4 07:27:41 PDT 2008

Wanted to remind you all that this workshop is today.

Hope to see you there,


On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 4:39 PM, Henrik Bennetsen <bennetsen at>

> *Please forward this email to all interested parties at Stanford and
> beyond*
> Stanford Open Source Lab <> would like to
> invite all interested parties to our fifth workshop:* **Open Source, Open
> Access, Open Stanford*. As our invited speaker we are happy to welcome
> John Willinsky
>    -
>    *When: Wednesday, June 4th at 12:30*
>    -
>    *Where: Room 127** on the ground floor of Wallenberg Hall<,-122.168612&spn=0.007131,0.016823&z=17>(Bldg. 160), Stanford University
>    *
> This workshop will demonstrate the workings of a recently
> arrived-at-Stanford open source alternative to current economic models for
> scholarly communication, with the modest aim of moving more of research and
> scholarship into the public sphere on a global scale. Participants will be
> invited to kick the tires and look under the hood of the open source journal
> and conference management software, as well as to consider how we can do
> more to take Stanford public, in principle and practice.
> Speaker Bio:
> John Willinsky is Khosla Family Professor of Education at Stanford
> University and director of the Public Knowledge Project<>(PKP), which is a research and development initiative devoted to improving
> the public and scholarly quality of research. Much of his work is free to
> download through the project's website <>, including his
> book, The Access Principle: The Case for Open Access to<>(MIT Press, 2006), winner of two outstanding book awards, as well as PKP's
> award-winning open source software for journals <>and
> conferences <>.
> More practical stuff:
>    -
>    The workshop is free and open to all interested parties.
>    -
>    Feel very free to forward this email or link to our blog<>
>    .
>    -
>    No need to RSVP but you can write Henrik Bennetsen - hbe at if
>    you have any questions.
>    -
>    You can check out video the from our previous 4 workshops:
>    <>
>    - Aaron Swartz of the Open Library Project<>
>       - Wikiversity, Wikipedia and Participatory Learning<>
>       - Bruce Perens: Innovation Goes Public<>
>       - Ahrash Bissell: ccLearn<>
> We hope to see you there,
> Stanford Open Source Lab

Henrik Bennetsen
Research Director
Stanford Humanities Lab
Stanford University

Wallenberg Hall, 450 Serra Mall
Building 160, Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-2055, USA

bennetsen at
Cell: +1 415.418.4042
Fax: +1 650.725.0192
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