Corina MacDonald

Corina MacDonald has a background in library and information sciences and is a PhD Candidate in communication studies at Concordia University in Montreal. Her doctoral research explores networked scholarly communication practices in the humanities, using the institutional repository as a site of inquiry to understand relationships between academic labour and research infrastructure.

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The Foundational Myths of Open Access Still Shape How We View It

Drawing on research into the early OA discourse of the 1990s, Corina MacDonald argues that many of the original optimistic arguments in favor of open access continue to shape open access to this day, often in ways that obscure the reality of digital networked labor.

12 months ago