[globaloutlookDH-l] Film Screenings of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship
barbara.bordalejo at usask.ca
Wed Sep 5 06:24:37 MDT 2018
Thank you, Ernesto. The film looks very interesting.
A couple of years ago, one of my students wrote a paper on what libraries can learn from pirate sites and their search capabilities. Of course there is so much more than that. I’m happy to see that the brokenness of the system is being exposed.
> On Sep 5, 2018, at 6:16 AM, Ernesto Priego <efpriego at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all, I hope you had a good summer and are all doing well.
> In anticipation of Open Access Week 2018 <http://www.openaccessweek.org/> (October 22-28 2018), I'd like to share with you that I've organised a free and public screening of the documentary film Paywall: The Business of Scholarship (dir. and prod. Jason Schmitt, 2018) at City, University of London, on Wednesday 17 October 2018 from 17:30. The screening will be introduced by Yours Truly and hopefully followed by discussion, either there or at the pub.
> (This event is public and free but requires registration: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/documentary-film-screening-paywall-the-business-of-scholarship-2018-tickets-49845449080) <https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/documentary-film-screening-paywall-the-business-of-scholarship-2018-tickets-49845449080>
> You can watch trailers for the film at https://paywallthemovie.com/trailers <https://paywallthemovie.com/trailers>.
> For other screenings at universities worldwide, keep an eye on the listings at https://paywallthemovie.com/screenings. <https://paywallthemovie.com/screenings>
> The producer and director, Jason Schmitt, is keen on more universities hosting screenings for the film. If you are interested and can help promoting the film and fostering wider discussion about scholarly communications, you can contact Jason via this contact form: https://paywallthemovie.com/contact <https://paywallthemovie.com/contact>.
> Once again I think the digital humanities is highly invested in the digital infrastructures that enable scholarly publishing today, and therefore can play a leading role in promoting wider discussion on the state of scholarly communications today, its history and possible avenues for its future.
> All the best,
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