As an alarming new coronavirus spreads, higher education has borne the brunt of its global and local impact. Colleges and universities are facing difficult, often excruciating decisions: Will we close our campus? If so, what happens to students with nowhere to go? How can we move a full catalog of courses online? How to plan for an ever-more-uncertain future?
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The AUC Woodruff Library has established an Open Access Supporter Membership with BioMed Central and Springer Open. As a result of this membership, all faculty and researchers from our member institutions are entitled to a 15% discount on the article-processing charge for papers accepted for publication in one of the BioMed Central or SpringerOpen journals (see journal title lists below). BioMed Central and SpringerOpen will automatically transfer copies of articles published by AUC authors into our e-Scholarship Repository (DigitalCommons). Please contact Rosaline Odom (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this new program.
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