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- Chronological by event and alphabetical by speaker.
- Related lists in OAD: (1) Audio about OA, (2) Educational materials about OA, (3) Events celebrating Open Access Day.
- For real-time updates, some not yet reflected here, follow the oa.video tag of the Open Access Tracking Project.
- Education of a Scientist Xtranormal uploaded on Youtube February 7. 2012, 5 minutes video.
- Acceso abierto a las ciencias sociales de América Latina y el Caribe (Open access to Latin America and the Caribbean social sciences) Panel at CLACSO-UNESCO Conference,México D.F.,9 Nov.2012,130 minutes video in Spanish, with presentations from Latindex,Scielo, Redalyc,Clacso,Unesco,PKP,Jean-Claude Guédon,Gustavo Fischman,Antonio Sánchez Pereyra, Eduardo Aguado-López, Dominique Babini, José Miguel Alvarez
- API to check if a publication is “Open Access”. April 15, 2012. 4 minutes video.
- Coliibri 2. January 14, 2012, 8 minutes video.
- De l’open access au freemium. February 19, 2012, 104 minutes video.
- Dryad: Scalable Infrastructure for coupling Research Data to Publications in the Life Sciences . February 8, 2012, 31 minutes video.
- Journal Article Publishing: The Review Process, Ethics, Publishing Contracts, Open Access, and the Kitchen Sink. March 28, 2012. 60 minutes video.
- Introduction to the Altmetric Explorer. March 12, 2012, 1 minute video.
- Linked Open Data as explained by Europeana. March 1, 2012, 4 minutes video.
- Meet Creative Commons. March 28, 2012, 3 minutes video.
- Meet the people behind DSpace repositories. April 24, 2012. 2 minutes video.
- Open Access explained by Mexican musicians A video from redalyc.org, the Iberoamerican peer-review journal portal
- OSDD Malaria Meeting, University of Sydney February 2012. 5 videos. 144 minutes videos.
- Presentation of the Inaugural Award for Advancing Open Access. February 14, 2012.
- President Obama: Make Publicly Funded Research Freely Available!. May 22, 2012. 2 minutes video.
- Publishing America's for-pay, private laws - legal piracy. May 15, 2012. 60 minutes video.
- Scholarly Communications: New Developments in Open Access. Repositories Support Project (RSP), June 1st, 2012, RIBA, London.
- WA Legislature considering K-12 OER Bill. January 29, 2012.
- APE 2011. January 29, 2011.
- AusGOAL: licensing for Australian government information. July 8, 2011, 3 minutes video.
- Beethoven's open repository of research. October 31, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- Bridges, Reservoirs and Other Metaphors for a Digital Public Library of America. November 11, 2011, 8 minutes video.
- Campus OA Policies: Interviews from the Berlin 9 Conference. 6 December 2012.
- (A) case study at the University of Southampton. 6 minutes video.
- Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video. July, 2011, 5 minutes video.
- Configurable Workflow in DSpace 1.8. November 7, 13 minutes video.
- CORE: Connecting repositories. July 29, 2011, 10 minutes video.
- Designing the Workflow for a Digital Data Repository. July 26, 2011, 26 minutes video.
- D.I.Y. Punk Scene and Open Access Scholarship. May 3, 2011, 10 minutes video.
- EU-Kommissarin zu Open Access und Forschungsdaten. June 30, 2011, 4 minutes.
- Free your data. May 26, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- Go open access: film series. April 15, 2011.
- How is Open Access important to the UK economy and society?. March 23, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- International Open Access Week is October 24-30. October 24, 2011, 5 minutes video.
- Introductie tot Open Access door Gert Buelens. October 19, 2011, 4 minutes video.
- IOP Publishing press release: Physics gets personal. February 3, 2011.
- Issa: DATA Delivers Open Gov't & Federal Spending Transparency. September 21, 2011, 20 minutes video.
- JISC scholarly communications roundtable concludes: variety will be the spice of open access. 6 minutes video.
- Journal Article Mining and Scholarly Publishers. December 28, 2011. 23 minutes video.
- Libraries, Publishers, Consortia. August 21, 2011, 8 minutes video.
- Library Renewal How?: An open discussion of electronic content access and the future of libraries. September 20, 2011. 48 minutes video.
- MIT Faculty Open Access Policy: Celebrating Two Years of Open Access. March 18, 2011, 9 minutes video.
- MIT open access policy. 3 minutes video.
- NSF Data Management Plan Requirements: Institutional Initiatives. Video on Youtube and Vimeo. January 25, 2011. 53 minutes video.
- Open Access. October 8, 2011. 1 minute video.
- Open Access IFLA Presidential Meeting 2011. July 22, 2011, 8 minutes video.
- Open Data Kit. 2 minutes video.
- Open Data made beautiful: Dark Sky. November 2, 2011.
- Open Research. October 5, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- ORBi@University of Liège. October 24, 2011, 3 minutes video.
- Repository Fringe 2011: presentations and videos. October 14, 2011.
- Share Open Access Worldwide.
- State lawmaker favors cutting traditional textbooks in schools. December 26, 2011, 5 minutes video.
- (The) State of Online Courseware With The UK's Open University. 25 December, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- Time travel for the scholarly web. December 27, 2012. 20 minutes video.
- Transforming the way we are making research. October 31, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- University of Salford Open Access Case Study. October 24, 2011, 6 minutes.
- Visualisation of UKOER deposits to Jorum using Gourse. December 20, 2011, 6 minutes video.
- (The) year in big data and data science: Hadoop, security and open data defined the data world in 2011.December 26, 2011, 18 minutes video.
- AcademiX 2010 videos, June 2010:
- John Wilbanks (VP for Science Creative Common). Commons-Based Licensing and Scholarship - The Next Layer of the Network, 21 minutes video.
- Jason Baird Jackson (Chair and Associate Professor, Dept. Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University). Innovation and Open Access in Scholarly Journal Publishing, 22 minutes video.
- Ben Hawkridge (Technical Architect, The Open University on iTunes U). New Channels for Learning - Podcasting Opportunities for a Distance University, 22 minutes video.
- Nick Shockey (Dir., Right to Research Coalition, and Dir. of Student Advocacy, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition). The Digital Natives are Getting Restless - The Student Voice of the Open Access Movement, 20 minutes video.
- Richard E. Miller, PhD. (Exec Director), Paul Hammond, PhD. (Director of Digital Initiatives, Plangere Writing Center Rutgers University). This is How We Think - Learning in Public After the Paradigm Shift, 21 minutes video.
- Books in Browsers. October 22, 2010, 46 minutes video.
- Critical theory of open in the digital era. October 15, 2010.
- Discover the OAPEN library. October 28, 2010, 5 minutes video
- DuraSpace OR10 DSpace and Fedora User Group Session Videos. October 21, 2010.
- From Cape Town OER to Spanish Journal Article: Newest Amazing Story. December 3, 2010, 6 minutes video.
- Google Book Settlement Panel, four videos, July 2010.
- Growing Knowledge: the evolution of research showreel. July 13, 2010. 4 minutes video.
- Happy Birthday CC. December 16, 2010, 2 minutes video.
- Harvard Open Access Initiatives. October, 2010. 10 minutes video
- IBM and EU Partner to Enable the Digitization of Historic European Texts on a Massive Scale. August, 2010, 4 minutes podcast.
- Institutional Repositories for Medical Schools, by Berkley Electronic Press. October 6, 2010. 57 minutes video.
- Know your rights: who really owns your scholarly works. From the Columbia University Scholarly Communications Program. August, 2010, 112 minutes video.
- (The) Library minute: Open access. October 22, 2010, 1 minute video.
- A New Digital Presence: The Smithsonian Commons. 47 minutes video. October, 2010.
- OASPA 2010. 2nd Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP) held at President Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic. September 30, 2010.
- Open-access Africa 2010. 19 presentations. November 10, 2010.
- Open Access Business Model for Minho Conference - Open Access Week. December 9, 2010, 21 minutes video.
- Open Access, Copyright and Freedom of Expression’: Panel Discussion. 2010 Summer School on Law, Language and Culture. August 19, 2010, 2 hours video.
- Open Access Manifesto. 13 seconds video.
- Open Access and Scholarly Communication: What new librarians should know. October 21, 2010, 75 minutes video.
- Open Access Week 2010
- Open Access Week so…Let’s get loud and proud. 4 minutes video.
- Open Data + Food Ontology+ Semantic Web Primer | Food+Tech Connect. December 5, 2010, 35 minutes video.
- Project 10^100. September 29, 2010. 1 minute video.
- Public domain calculators, from the Open Knowledge Foundation’s Working Group on the Public Domain. October 12, 2010. 5 minutes video.
- Short information films about Enhanced Publications. August 27, 2010.
- Singin’ ‘Bout the Open Access Blues. December 21, 2010.
- SWORD course videos. September 29, 2010.
- Who pays for open access?. From the Columbia University Scholarly Communications Program. August, 2010, 97 minutes video.
- What's new in Fedora 3.3 and DSpace 1.6?. April, 2010, 58 minutes video.
- Vorträge im Rahmen des OA-Informationstages an der Univ. Wien (25.3.2010) online. September 29, 2010.
- SPARC, Open Access 101. Vimeo, animation. A basic introduction to OA, October 8, 2009. 3 minutes video.
- Funding Policies and Research Access -Round Table. 12th International Conference on Electronic Publishing. June, 2008. 2 hours and 48 minutes video.
- Open Access Days 2008 in Berlin (9 and 10 October).
- My rights as author (in German). 62 minutes video.
- The formal quality assurance of Open Access publications (in German). 25 minutes video.
- Improved scientific communication and quality assurance through interactive Open Access publishing and collaborative peer review (in German). 47 minutes video.
- Open Access Documentary Project. Produced by Intelligent Television and BioMed Central with support from OSI. December 15, 2008
- Open Access und ZORA. Published by the University of Zurich for its repository ZORA. 10 minutes video.
- Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics- (SCOAP3). US focal meeting, Berkeley, February 29, 2008. Video and podcasts
- Welcome & Opening Address - Tom Leonard (University Librarian, University of California, Berkeley); George Breslauer (Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, University of California, Berkeley)
- What is Open Access, Anyhow? - Rick Luce (Emory University)
- The SCOAP3 Model - Salvatore Mele (CERN)
- Fund-raising in Europe - Jens Vigen (CERN)
- Expectations of a Large Research Institution - Ralf Schimmer (Max Planck Digital Library)
- US Consortia in SCOAP3 - Ivy Anderson (California Digital Library)
- Individual US Libraries and SCOAP3 - Part 1 - Miriam Blake (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
- Individual US Libraries and SCOAP3 - Part 2 - Kimberly Douglas (Caltech)
- Synergies: Repositories for High Energy Physics - Travis Brooks (Stanford Linear Accelerator Center)
- SPARC-ACRL Forum on the Harvard open access policy (Anaheim, June 28-29, 2008). Introductory remarks:
- John Ober, Director, Education and Strategy, California Digital Library. 11 minutes video
- Stuart M. Shieber, professor of computer science at Harvard, director of the Center for Research on Computation and Society, faculty co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society. 19 minutes video.
- Kevin L. Smith, JD, scholarly communications officer at Duke University. 13 minutes video.
- Catherine Candee, executive director, Strategic Publishing and Broadcast Initiatives, office of the president of the University of California. 16 minutes video.
- Using Open Access Models for Science Dissemination. ICTP Workshop, Trieste, Italy, 7-16 July 2008
- Barbara Stebbins, science teacher at Black Pine Circle School in Berkeley. 28 September 2008. 57 seconds video
- Mark Walport, Director of the Wellcome Trust, London, U.K. 2 October 2008. 57 seconds video
- Sharon Terry, CEO and President of the Genetic Alliance, Washington, DC. 6 October 2008. 61 seconds video.
- Ida Sim, Associate Professor and a practicing physician at the University of California, San Francisco. 28 September 2008. 62 seconds video
- Diane Graves, University Librarian for Trinity University, San Antonio. 6 October 2008. 64 seconds video.
- Andre Brown, PhD student, University of Pennsylvania. 6 October 2008. 68 seconds video.
- Open Access: From Practice to Impact: Consequences of Knowledge Dissemination (Padua, September 19-21, 2007). The video of the presentations from the Berlin 5 meeting.
- Mass and Matter 2006: Public Access to Scientific Discovery. From a one day seminar at University of Kansas Medical Center. 4 minutes video.
- Kennison, R. Implementing strategies to encourage deposit January 16, 2013. 64 minutes video.
- Knowles, C., Dimmock, N., Evans, K. and Needham, P. Statistics for Repositories: DSpace and EPrints February 26, 2013. 77 minutes video.
- Lewis, S. and Jones, R. Engage with SWORD to allow deposit transactions March 8, 2013. 67 minutes video.
- Macintyre, R., Needham, P. & Conyers, A. Institutional Repository Usage Statistics, IRUS-UK March 20, 2013. 72 minutes video.
- Mewissen, Muriel. The Repository Junction Broker: a tool to automate delivery of research output to institutional repositories May 29, 2013, 78 minutes video.
- Skilton, L. and Sheppard, N. OER for repository managers January 29, 2013. 68 minutes video.
- Brennan, Niamh. Bibliometrics: A way of demonstrating the importance of institutional research. July 3rd, 2012, 71 minutes video.
- Budden, Yvonne & Jepson, Misha. Advocacy using campaign materials. June 26, 2012, 74 minutes video.
- Cochrane, Tom. Open Access at QUT. February 21, 2012, 5 minutes video.
- Darnton, Robert. Lecture on the Digital Library of America. March 25, 2012, 1 minute video.
- Hall, Martin. Where next with Open Access. June 11,2012. 31 minutes video.
- Hahnel, Mark. Figshare and open science. June 11, 2012. 18 miunutes video.
- Harnad, Stevan.
- Stevan Harnad on open access at BOAI 10. February 21, 2012, 3 minutes video.
- Open Access: Green, Gold, Gratis, Libre, North, South How To Get There. May 18, 2012. 31 minutes video.
- Hill, Sarah and Tahani, Nadim. Advocacy for the arts. July 16, 2012. 76 minutes video.
- Hodson, Simon. Encouraging data publication - the JISC Managing Research Data Programme. June 11, 2012. 34 minutes video.
- Hrynaszkiewicz, Iain. Panton Discussion. January 4, 2012, 29 minutes video.
- Hubbard, Bill. Open access publishing: policies, advocacy and best practices. (Presentation download). June 8, 2012. 52 minutes video.
- Joseph, Heather. Heather Joseph on open access at BOAI 10. February 21, 2012, 2 minutes video.
- Kroes, Neelie. Open Science. March 16, 2012, 4 minutes video.
- Lapinski, Scott. Advocacy on implementing funders' mandates. March 27th, 2012. 70 minutes video.
- Matchett, Stephen. Time to save the research serfs. May 15, 2012.
- Michener, William. Five New Paradigms for Science and Academia and an Introduction to DataOne. January 9, 2012. 3 minutes video.
- Milloy, Caren. OAPEN-UK - collecting evidence on scholarly monograph publishing.June 11, 2012. 27 minutes video.
- Moffat, Graeme. Frontiers - Online community-based peer review, publishing and research networking. June 11, 2012. 17 minutes video.
- Neylon, Cameron. Service oriented science. January 20, 2012, 20 minutes video.
- Oppenheim, Charles. Copyright: Web 2.0, Creative Commons Licenses, and orphan works/ March 9th, 2012, 68 minutes video.
- Plale, Beth. Scientific Workflows at Open Data for Open Science 2012: Developers’ Training for Environmental Research. April 4, 2012. 73 minutes video.
- Pollock, Rufus. Open Data and Open Government. April 23, 2012. 5 minutes video.
- Rindflesch, Thomas. Semantic MEDLINE. 31 minutes video.
- Suber, Peter Peter Suber on open access at BOAI 10. February 21, 2012, 3 minutes video.
- Swan, Alma. The Budapest Open Access Initiative at 10 - recommendations for the next ten years of scholarly communications. June 11, 2012. 39 minutes video.
- Terras, Melissa. Using social media to disseminate research outputs. June 11, 2012. 22 minutes video.
- Webster, Peter. Building campus-based OA journal capacity: SAS Open Journals. June 11, 2012. 24 minutes video.
- Wickham, Jackie. Repositories: management, policies and best practices. June 29, 2012. Duration: 60 minutes.
- Binfield, Peter.
- Article-Level Metrics at PLoS – what are they, and why should you care. January 15, 2011. 72 minutes video.
- PLoS - Public Library of Science: Open Source Publishing. June 29, 2011, 9 minutes video.
- Stanford Summit @ Medicine 2.0. October 5, 2011, 18 minutes video.
- Bradner, Jay. Open Source cancer research. December 16, 2011, 13 minutes video.
- Carroll, Michael. Copyright and Open Access. December 6, 2011, 3 minutes video.
- Carver, Nico. Free your data. 2011 Sparky Award winner- best animation. May 26, 2011, 90 seconds video.
- Chan, L. Beyond Open Access: Opportunities for Scholarly Communication Innovations in Africa. November 2, 2011, 32 minutes video.
- Cohen, Dan. The Ivory Tower and the Open Web. January 12, 2011. 72 minutes video.
- Darnton, Robert. Robert Darnton on eBooks, Google Books, DPLA.... October, 16. 28 minutes video.
- Duncan, Arne. Why open education matters. March 2, 2012, 4 minutes video.
- Fernandez, Guillen. Importance of open access. 3 minutes video.
- Glover, David. * Introducing Open Biology. 5 minutes video.
- Gómez, Nancy (Coordinadora LLAAR). NECOBELAC T1 Course, Madrid, February 28, 2011, 5 minutes video.
- Goodman, Josh. Breaking News - Open Access Wave Sweeps World. 2011 Sparky Award winner- best live action. May 24, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- Graf, Klaus. How to use an US-Proxy to get access to HathiTrust items. January 3, 2011. 3 minutes video.
- Green, Cable. The Obviousness of Open Policy. October, 2011, 4 minutes video.
- Groom, Jim. Jim Groom: Open Education Is A University Of People Online. September 21, 2011, 98 minutes video.
- Hall, Martin. The Case for Open Access: What is the Risk if Open Access Doesn’t Happen In the Way You Want?. April 18, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- Harnad, Stevan. Designing Green Open Access Self-Archiving Mandates for Universities and Research Funders. October 23, 2011, 26 minutes video.
- Hayashi, Chiaki. Creative Commons in Museums. September 26, 2011.
- Ireland, Robbie and Toby Hanning. Enlighten: How to make an embedded institutional repository. January 18, 2011. 8 minutes video.
- Jakubowski, Marcin. Open-sourced blueprints for civilization. April 2011, 6 minutes.
- Kahle, Brewster.
- Kroes, Neeelie. Speech to the LIBER 40th annual conference. June 29, 2011, 4 minutes video.
- Lessig, Lawrence. The architecture of access to scientific knowledge: just how badly we have messed this up. April 20, 2011.
- Nixon, William. University of Glasgow's resource Pack for Open Access and Institutional repositories. October 23, 2011, 6 minutes video.
- Palfrey, John.
- The Digital Public Library of America. June 30, 2011, 9 minutes video.
- September update from John Palfrey on the Digital Public Library of America. September 16, 2011, 6 minutes video.
- Paola Bongiovani, Ministerio de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación Productiva, Argentina. NECOBELAC T1 Course, May 16-19, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- Patterson, Mark (Director of Publishing, Public Library of Science (PLoS)). Open access publishers: breaking even and growing fast. January, 2011. 20 minutes video.
- Pollock, Rufus. Open Science. July, 20, 12 minutes video.
- Rodríguez Jiménez, Teresa M. (Universidad de Guadalajara - Mexico). NECOBELAC T1 Course, Madrid, February 28, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- Seligson, Paula. We're in this together. 2011 Sparky Awards winner- best speech. April 26, 2011, 2 minutes video.
- Semmes, D. R. [Remix in Science - Data Exchange Revolutionizes Scientific Publishing], December 29, 2011, 19 minutes video.
- Smith, Courtney. Generating Top-Level Buy-In for Your Institutional Repository. [Private video]. July 31, 2011.
- Smith, MacKenzie. Open licenses for data and metadata. June 8, 2011, 4 minutes video.
- Silver, Isabel. The UF Open Access Publishing Fund: How it Works and What it Means to You. August 5, 2011, 33 minutes video.
- Sommerdijk, Nico. Open Access of data generates new science. October 11, 2011, 5 minutes video.
- Todd, Debbie. Tearing sharing to pieces: why openness is about more than sharing. September 12, 2011, 84 minutes video.
- Temmerman, Marleen. Relevance of Open Access. October 18, 2011, 3 minutes video.
- Willbanks, John. Reproducible Research Workshop 2011. October 18, 2011, 40 minutes video.
- Wood, John. Riding the Wave – How Europe can Gain from the Fising Tide of Scientific Data. January, 2011. 57 minutes video.
- Aleman, André. Open Access. September 30, 2010. 2 minute video
- Anglim, Jeromy. Reproducible Research and R « Zero Intelligence Agents. December 6, 2010, 34 minutes video.
- Bartneneck, Christoph. The importance of open access publishing. October 11, 2010, 7 minutes video
- Berners-Lee, Tim, Sir.
- Betti, Arriana. The Future is open access. September 14, 2010, 4 minutes video.
- Curle, David (Publishing industry analyst). The Current State and Likely Future of the Commercial Legal Publishing Industry: The Effect of Open Access Innovation on the Industry's Core Market. August 12, 2010, 35 minutes video.
- Guedon, Jean Claude.
- Keynote Talk - The impact of open access on academic research and publishing. Recorded at Euroscience Open Forum, Torino - July 2010. 43 minutes video.
- L’accès libre de la science, an interview in Vertigo, August, 9, 2010.
- Petite histoire du mouvement vers l’accès libre – La science est une grande conversation. 10 minutes video.
- L’impact du mouvement vers l’accèslibre. 9 minutes video.
- L’édition savante et le libre-accès. 5 minutes video.
- Hall, Gary.
- Harnad, Stevan. Scholarly/Scientific Impact Metrics in the Open Access Era, November 15, 2010, 35 minutes video.
- Harris, Evan (MP). BioMedCentral's 10th Anniversary - Part 1 and BioMedCentral's 10th Anniversary - Part 2 June 2010.
- Houghton, John. Open access. October 24, 2010, 3 minutes video.
- Lessig, Lawrence. Freeing culture. October 10, 2010, 45 minutes video.
- Lipman, David (Director of the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the National Library of Medicine). Ten years of PubMed Central. April, 2010, 51 minutes video.
- Lipman, David. [Interview on the Genbank 25th Anniversary]. September 29, 2010. 6 minutes video.
- Malamud, Carl. Internet Has Yet to Revolutionize Legal Industry, by Hari Sreenivasan. September 8, 2010, 4 minutes video.
- Pinter, Frances. Rethinking the Role and Funding of Academic Book Publishing. O'Reilly's Tools of Change for Publishing, NY, February 22-24, 2010. 24 minutes video.
- Rossling, Hans. World Bank: Open data. May 22, 2010. 42 minutes video.
- Schiessl, Ingo and Stuart Allan. UK PubMed Central: the resource of choice for the UK's biomedical and health research community. August 25, 2010, 3 minutes video.
- Sluijs Appy. ERC grant recipient talks about Open Access. November 4, 2010, 4 minutes video
- Stanton, Steve. Open Access. September 30, 2010. A minute video
- Sutton, Caroline. Open Access Publishing: Retaining the core, stimulating progress. September, 2010, 33 minutes video.
- Swan, Alma. The open access map. November 1, 2010, 45 seconds video.
- Barbour, Ginny. Open Access, Achievements and Looking Forward, Part 5. By PLoS , May 15, 2009. 3 minutes video.
- Danner, Dick. Open Access at Duke Law. October 20, 2009. 4 minutes video.
- Harnad, Stevan:
- Jacobson, Paul, Open Law Project. A video of a presentation at the Society of Law Teachers of Southern Africa Conference. January 31, 2009, 4 minutes video.
- Kimpton, Michelle, Progress in repository development and Using Open Content. 2008 SPARC Digital Repositories Meeting, February 1, 2009. 3 minutes video.
- Klien, Bonnie, Government repositories. 2008 SPARC Digital Repositories Meeting, February 1, 2009. 4 minutes video.
- Mitchell, Catherine, On services, users and alliances. 2008 SPARC Digital Repositories Meeting, February 1, 2009. 5 minutes video.
- Noord, Sijbolt. Open access: Just publish. February 24, 2009. 5 minutes video.
- Shreeves, Sarah, What are our success factors and Faculty outreach. 2008 SPARC Digital Repositories Meeting, February 1, 2009. 2 minutes video.
- Suber, Peter, Open Access and GSLIS, Simmons College. October 21, 2009. Video is also now here on Vimeo . 10 minutes video.
- Suber, Peter, The Future of Open Access. Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, February 27, 2009. 63 minutes video.
- Carroll, Michael. Copyright and Your Right to Use and Share Your Scholarly Materials. Bowling Green University, October 31, 2008. 66 minutes video.
- Eisen, Jonathan A. Responsible Authorship and the Ownership of Scientific Knowledge: Thoughts on Open Access Publishing. (It appears in different software versions). Thursday, 7 August, 2008. 61 minutes video.
- Gunter, Donna, Google Scholar and Open Access to Scholarly Literature. Recorded at the University of North Carolina - Charlotte on November 30, 2007 and posted to blip.tv on August 8, 2008. 53 minutes video.
- Hindawi, Ahmed, The advantages of open access. May 20, 2008, 2 minutes video.
- Kass, Sean, Open Access to Scholarly Publications. A third year Harvard law student created the video as a project in the course, The Web Difference, taught by John Palfrey and David Weinberger. May 10, 2008, 14 minutes video.
- Mbambo-Thata, Buhle, Open access movements in developing countries. From University of South Africa. July 2, 2008. 2 minutes video.
- Soren, Auer. DBpedia: A Nucleus for a Web of Open Data. January 31, 2008, 31 minutes video.
- Suber, Peter, Perspective on Open-Access Publishing: An Interview with Peter Suber. By Reid Cornwell. Innovate, April/May, 2008.
- Suber, Peter, What Can Universities Do to Support Open Access?. Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, March 16, 2008. Multiple Formats. Approximately 1 hour video.
- Willinsky, John, "Open Access Is Public Access" (00:50:16) Perimeter Institute Recorded Seminar Archive. PE. (Multiple Formats). August 9, 2008, 50 minutes video.
- McManus, Chris, Open access to scientific research articles. July 2, 2007, 5 minutes video.
- Vigen, Jens, Scientific Information Officer at CERN talks about open access. November 21, 2007, 8 minutes video.
- Suber, Peter, What Is Open Access? Transforming Scholarly Communication Symposium at the University of Houston Libraries, Oct. 4, 2006. QuickTime video.
- Verba, Sydney (Director of Harvard University Libraries and professor of political science), and Charles Nesson, (Professor of Law). Why open access. December, 12, 2006, 10 minutes video.
- Abelson, Hal (professor of computer science) and Wilbanks, John (director of Science Commons). Open Networks and Open Society: The Relationship between Freedom, Law, and Technology. MIT program on April 26, 2005. 97 minutes video.
- Publishing Open Content, June 30, 2008. Produced by Intelligent Television and BioMed Central. 27 minutes video.