Did you write a great paper for class or get a case comment published in one of the HLS journals? Now you can share it in the same open access repository that faculty use. DASH (http://dash.harvard.edu), the repository created as part of the law school’s new open access policy, has a new HLS Student Papers Series.
DASH is currently accessible only to the Harvard University community, but we expect to make it public and discoverable by search engines in June. If you prefer, you may also post just a description rather than full text of your work. Either way, it’s a great option for achieving greater visibility and sharing your work beyond the Harvard community.
Interested? Visit http://auto.law.harvard.edu/osc to submit a paper, or if you have questions, contact Michelle Pearse, email@example.com. or (617) 496-2102.
P.S. If you’re interested in the issue of open access, you won’t want to miss the talk at noon on Monday May 11 by Kenneth Crews, Director of the Copyright Office at Columbia University. There’s still room to sign up, so check out the Berkman Center event page (http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/events/2009/05/crews) for RSVP and other details.