Objective 1: Understand the need for open access to research and interventions
Objective 2: Be aware for the available venues for disseminating research findings
Did you come up with a new intervention, and would you like to share it with the world? Would you like a secure place to put your conference posters and handouts from your AOTA and other professional presentations? If so then Open Access is for you. This discussion among peers will discuss how you are preserving your research, and how we could collaborate more to share our findings across the country.
Recommended CitationMollo, OTD, OTR/L, Kimberly S. and Kipnis, MSI, Daniel G., "Institutional Repositories, Evidence Exchange, and other options to share your findings and research with the world, and how to retain your rights." (2017). Department of Occupational Therapy, Presentations. Paper 39.