“Crowdsourcing and Open Access” at CALICon09

I’m in scenic Boulder, CO for this year’s CALI Conference for Law School Computing.¬† John Palfrey is delivering this morning’s keynote. He’s the perfect choice for the CALI crowd, a group that straddles legal academia, law libraries, and information technology. Palfrey’s well regarded in all three of those camps and it’ll be great to hear what he has to say.

I’m speaking tomorrow morning, delivering a revised version¬† of a talk I have given before on using peer-production techniques to foster open access. My slides are public, although I’m never terribly happy just reading other people’s slides divorced from the content of their presentation. Some of the links in the slides, however, may be of interest. I’ll have more to say about the presentation later in the week.

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