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[opensource] [Fwd: SUSE Open Archive Needs Your Papers]

James Jacobs jrjacobs at
Mon Sep 28 11:24:34 PDT 2009

Congratulations John! this is a huge step forward and one that I hope 
SULAIR can emulate in the not-too-distant future with the stanford 
digital repository.


james jacobs
govt information librarian
green library

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: SUSE Open Archive Needs Your Papers
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 11:03:57 -0700
From: Munoz - Shvarts, Alice <alicem at>
To: <suse-faculty at>,	<suse-staff at>

-----Original Message-----
From: John Willinsky [mailto:john.willinsky at]
Sent: Sunday, September 27, 2009 10:51 PM
To: Munoz - Shvarts, Alice
Subject: SUSE Open Archive Needs Your Papers


Can we please send this message out to faculty and staff? Thanks, John


By way of a gentle reminder, on June 10, 2008 the faculty of the
Stanford University School of Education unanimously voted to archive a
copy of their published research from that day forward, making this work
freely available to the world.

*ALL YOU NEED DO, when a paper is accepted, is forward the acceptance
and the current draft to your support staff (who have been trained in
this process).

SUSE's commitment to share knowledge is serving as a model for other
institutions (MIT and Kansas have followed most recently, as well as
Harvard's Ed School) and our archived papers are appearing in Google
Scholar along with the published versions.

Best wishes for a productive academic year, and I am happy to help with
any questions on this, John Willinsky

SUSE Open Archive:

James R. Jacobs
International Documents Librarian
Green Library, Stanford University
P: (650) 725-1030 E: jrjacobs at
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