Posters will be on display Wednesday, November 9 and Thursday, November 10 at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

1 | A New Publishing Alliance: The OHP Model
Paul Ashton, NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE), Australia

2 | GIGA Journal Family
Ellen Bauman, German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA), Germany

3 | Open Access and our Brothers and Sisters to the South: A Comparative Look at Usage and Impact of African, Latin American and Caribbean Open Access Publications
Natalia Bowdoin, University of South Carolina Aiken, USA

4 | Open Access Teaching & Learning Across Europe & Latin America through NECOBELAC Topic Maps
Paola De Castro, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Italy

5 | Education Scholars’ Motivations, Approaches, and Practices toward Open Access Publishing
Lori Ellingford, Arizona State University, USA 

6 | To Follow-Up Open Access Policies: What To Measure, How To Do It and Who To Tell
Jonas Gilbert, Lars Kullman, Jessica Lindholm & Helena Stjernberg, Chalmers University of Technology & Malmö University, Sweden

7 | Using Campus Collaborations to Create Habits of Open Access
Jocelyn  Godolphin, Concordia University, Canada

8 | Bridging knowledge communities with open access: Slavic linguistics as a case study
Marc L. Greenberg, University of Kansas, USA

9 | Open Access: India's NARS Marching Ahead
Sridhar Gutam, Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture, India

10 | Pathways to Irish Research
Breeda Herlihy, University College Cork, Ireland

11 | Open Access Advocacy: Beginning Steps in Colorado Academic Libraries
Wendy Highby, University of Northern Colorado, USA

12 | Promoting Research and Scholarship at Nanyang Technological University: The Role of an Open Access Institutional Repository
Tint Hla Hla Htoo, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

13 | African cultural heritage and the globalization of knowledge: The Musawwarat Graffiti Archive
Cornelia Kleinitz, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany

14 | Open Access Advocacy Campaigns: Reaching Out to Research Communities
Iryna Kuchma, EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries)

15 | Title Pending
Sue Kunda, Oregon State University, USA

16 | Open Access Governance Activities in Korea
Seok-Jong Lim, Korean Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), Korea

17 | Open access publishing at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
Li Lin, National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

18 | OpenSky: Repository for Open Access to Atmospheric Science Scholarship and Institutional Metrics
Mary Marlino, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), USA

19 | Open Access as Promotion: ScholarlyCommons at the Penn Libraries
Shawn Martin, University of Pennsylvania, USA

20 | UCLA's "Publication Revolution": Open Access With a Little Help from Our Friends
Angela Meeker, UCLA, USA

21 | Open Access Library Services: Progress as Publishers
Mark Newton, Purdue University, USA

22 | Taking Scholarship into Schools: The Darwin Correspondence Project
Alison Pearn, Cambridge University, UK

23 | Building the Open Access Directory: How We Grew A Wiki
Robin Peek, Simmons College, USA

24 | JOLT—An Open Access Journal for Online Educators
Edward Perry, University of Memphis, USA

25 | Open Access To Academic Scholarship: A Case Study of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Town Peterson, University of Kansas, USA

26 | Advancing the Impact of Research: The Berkeley Research Impact Initiative (BRII)
Margaret Phillips, University of California, Berkeley, USA

27 | The Influence of the National Institutes of Health Public-Access Policy on the Publishing Habits of Principal Investigators
Athanasia (Nancy) Pontika, Simmons College, USA

28 | Biodiversity Heritage Library: Supporting Research with Open Content
Constance Rinaldo, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, USA

29 | The Canada Research Chairs Program: Exploring the Benefits of OA in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Rebecca Schild, University of Toronto, Canada

30 | The Impact of Free Access on Citations to the Vision Literature
Pamela  Sieving, NIH Library, USA

31 | Open Access at the Smithsonian: Collaboration Takes Research Online
Ginger Strader, Smithsonian Institution, USA

32 | Enhanced discovery and reuse of open access contents through author Identifiers: A case study in Japan
Hideki Uchijima, Kanazawa University Library, Japan

33 | Visualising usage statistics of Open Access publication in the Netherlands
Peter Verhaar, Leiden University, The Netherlands

34 | Evaluation of a Suite of Open Access Programs
Andrew Waller, University of Calgary, Canada

35 | A Cross-Cultural Perspective of Open Educational Resources
Jingfeng Xia, Indiana University - Indianapolis, USA

36 | Leibniz Publik—the excellence platform of the winners of the Leibniz Prize
 Isolde von Foerster, Bavarian State Library, Germany

37 | Implementing an Open Access Policy: Building the Workflow to Identify and Gather Content
Mathew Willmott and Ellen Duranceau, MIT, USA

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