Meet An Open Access Hero:
American Chemical Society

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Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at 10:00 am EST / 15:00 BST

The challenges of Open Access are real, but heroes like Darla Henderson at the American Chemical Society are triumphing.
Delivering value for authors in their roles as both creators and consumers of research is ACS’s OA super power. Leveraging tools such as ACS Author Rewards along the way, their comprehensive and creative OA strategy to date has included integrating RightsLink® for Open Access in 2014,  launching two thriving OA journals in 2015-2016, and debuting ChemRxiv, a preprint server planned for 2017.
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Join Copyright Clearance in conversation with Darla Henderson, Assistant Director of Open Access Programs at ACS on Tuesday, February 7th at 10:00 AM EST and discover your OA super power. Register now!


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Darla Henderson
Assistant Director of Open Access Programs, American Chemical Society