2011 Doing Good (Efficiently) in Developing Countries
University Presses often see requests from scholars in developing countries who seek access to materials their home institution can't afford. Nonprofit publishers want to do the right thing, and they want to see their content used as widely as possible; but doing the right thing can be cost- and time-prohibitive. This panel will present organizations that are set up to facilitate the creation and dissemination of published materials while protecting the rights of authors and publishers.
Moderator: Ann Snoeyenbos, Sales Coordinator for International and Special Markets, Project MUSE, Johns Hopkins University Press
Panelists: Barbara Gastel, Professor of Integrative Biosciences and Medical Humanities, Texas A&M University; Sarah Polaski, Program Manager, CRDF Global
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"Doing Good (Efficiently) in Developing Countries," Ann Snoeyenbos