Canadian Copyright, OA, and OER: Why the Open Access Road Still Leads Back to Copyright - Michael Geist
It is open access week and this year I had the honour of delivering the keynote address at a terrific open access event co-sponsored by the Ryerson University Library and Archives and the University of Toronto Libraries. My talk - which can be viewed in full here or from the embed below - starts with a review of the remarkable success of open access over the past 15 years, but quickly shifts toward the continuing connection between balanced copyright and open access.