Harvard Names Open Access Architect Director of New Office for Scholarly Publishing

The OSC will be responsible for implementing University policies on open access. Read more about Shieber's appointment...

Stuart M. Shieber '81, Welch professor of computer science, who led the Faculty of Arts and Sciences in its historic adoption of an open access policy—designed to make the articles its members publish in scholarl journals freely available on the Internet—has been named director of the University's new Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC). The OSC will be responsible for implementing University policies on open access.

Read more about Shieber's appointment here.

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