Who gets to engage? Who gets to contribute?
Open Access and Open Data are critical elements of effective vibrant scholarly communication systems.
But they are not sufficient on their own to ensure that universities remain relevant and engaged.
In order to effectively support knowledge production and mobilisation, universities must embrace opportunities to engage diverse communities in knowledge making, as well as knowledge sharing.
The Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative is developing new tools for understanding the value that universities create; as well as new perspectives on what it means for a knowledge-making institution to be open.
COKI publications and presentations are available via Zenodo.
State of Open Access in South Africa
State of Open Access in Uganda