As long as the real, pragmatic obstactles to accessing and reusing academic research are not experienced by more academics, it seems to me like Open Access has a long, long road ahead.
Shouldn't calls for papers include licensing and access type information?
I published 'Signal, Not Solution: Notes on Why Sci-Hub Is Not Opening Access' on The Winnower. A conversation followed.
I am giving a lecture on open access, Creative Commons licenses and copyright on Tuesday 11 June 2013, at the National Library, Institute of Library Studies, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
On the need to include attribution and licensing information on image files shared online.
I have done an edit of the deck of slides I showed at the Forms of Innovation workshop at the University of Durham last Saturday 27th April 2013 to share online. You can download it as a .pptx file, and use it under a CC BY license, from Figshare.
I am looking forward to participating in "Forms of Innovation: Humanities, Copyright and New Technologies", a workshop at the University of Durham this Saturday 27 April 2013.