About This Session
In addition to providing closing thoughts on the Futures of Academic Publishing Symposium, Anne Kenney will offer her own thoughts on open access, sustainability and academic publishing, drawing on three case studies at Cornell University Library: arXiv (100% OA); Project Euclid, a joint publishing program with Duke University Press for low-cost independent and society journals in theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics (now 70% OA); and Project Signale: Modern German Letters, Cultures, and Thought, a joint book series supported by Cornell Library, Cornell University Press and the College of Arts & Sciences published in electronic form and as trade-quality books (some or all of the full text available as open access).
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- Chief Academic and Administrative Officer, Cornell University Library
Anne R. Kenney received her bachelor's degree from Duke University in 1972, a master's degree in history from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 1975, and a master's degree in library science in 1979 from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She came to Cornell University Library in 1987 and served as associate director for the Department of Preservation and Conservation until 2001.More Info.