Posts Results for tag: Leslie Chan

Open Access, the Global South and the Politics of Knowledge Production and Circulation

An Open Insights interview with Leslie Chan with questions from Paula Clemente Vega. Originally posted on 2018 – 12 -10 via the Open Library of Humanities. Reposted with permission. You can also find the Twitter conversation that accompanied this post here. Leslie Chan is Associate Professor in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media and the Centre for Critical Development Studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough, where he serves as the Associate Director. An […]

Confessions of an Open Access Advocate – Leslie Chan | Confesiones de un defensor del Acceso Abierto

English | Español (English) Interview conducted by Becky Hillyer; Introduction by Angela Okune As one of the original signatories of the Budapest Open Access Initiative, a historical and defining event of the global open access movement, OCSDNet PI, Leslie Chan has been active in the experimentation and implementation of scholarly communication initiatives of varying scales around the […]

Interview with Leslie Chan, Principal Investigator of OCSDNet

Coordination Team member, Becky Hillyer, interviews Leslie Chan, Principal Investigator of OCSDNet, about the current state of the network and his experience working in the field of Open Science and Open Access over the past twenty years. – – – Interview Questions:  What is OCSDNet, in a nutshell? Why did you seek to initiate a network […]

Webinar: Challenges and opportunities of linking Open Access and Open Science with the Sustainable Development Goals

Cross-posted from AIMS FAO where the OCSDNet Primary Research Investigator, Dr. Leslie Chan presented on the challenges and opportunities of linking Open Access and Open Science to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs represent challenges in advancing the broad access to information agenda because of the divergent goals and proliferating targets and indicators. At the same […]