The emergence and spread of the new respiratory Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) was declared a Public Health Emergency in the United States on Jan. 31, 2020. The outbreak, now a pandemic, has catalyzed significant activity by federal, state and local governments; the healthcare community; residents across the country; and people around the world. This is not the first emerging infectious disease event that the world will face, nor will it be the last.
Open OnDemand is an NSF-funded, open-source HPC portal that allows for ease of access to HPC resources. This accessibility unleashes the power of supercomputing to advance discovery and innovation.
Numerous information technology professionals from around the state gathered at the OARnet office on Oct. 23 to attend the Member Meeting.
OhioLINK supports open access in a variety of ways, from the first open access (OA) Electronic Theses and Dissertation collaborative started in 2001 to our current support for Open Education Resources (OER) and our OA pilot with Wiley.
Here’s a recap of recent activity:
Many OhioLINK institutions are promoting and hosting events for the 12th annual Open Access Week (October 21-25), an international week that focuses on resources that are freely available to anyone online.
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