The tenure system is still built on a publish-or-perish foundation, but what does it mean to “publish” in a digital age? How does an institution appropriately evaluate, and reward, a body of academic work that is collaborative, iterative, and communal in nature? Two well-placed academics join this month’s Symposium to discuss how higher education can adopt open access scholarship to the benefit of the faculty, the institution, and scholarship itself.

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