Caribbean Library Journal

Volume 5 (2021)

Open Access in Caribbean Libraries, Archives and Museums: Opportunities, Challenges and Future Directions

EDITORIAL

Open Access in Caribbean Libraries, Archives and Museums: Opportunities, Challenges and Future Directions
Kumaree Ramtahal, Lorraine Nero, Niala Dwarika-Bhagat, and Dr. Marisol Florén-Romero
Acceso Abierto en Bibliotecas, Archivos y Museos del Caribe: Oportunidades, Desafíos y Direcciones Futuras
Kumaree Ramtahal, Lorraine Nero, Niala Dwarika-Bhagat, and Dr. Marisol Florén-Romero

ARTICLES

Open Educational Resources in Teaching and Learning in Higher Educational Institutions: New Opportunities and Challenges
Dr. Paulette Stewart
Open Educational Resources: Opportunities, Issues and Challenges from a Florida Perspective
Devika Ramsingh
A Look at The U.S. National Institutes of Health’s: Commitment to Open Access
Dr. Ardis Hanson
Open Government Data (OGD): Don’t Overlook This Open Source of Information
Jacqueline Howell Nash
Una Descripción General de los Repositorios de Acceso Abierto para el Soporte de Servicio de Referencia Virtual / An Overview of Open Access Repositories to Support Virtual Reference
Dr. Jeannette Lebrón-Ramos
Rethinking Open Access: A Case Study of ACURIL’s Disaster Fund Social Mediathon
Dr. Ardis Hanson, Cheryl Peltier-Davis, Kumaree Ramtahal, and Dr. Elizabeth Pierre-Louis
Fake News, Posverdad y Redes Sociales: La Biblioteca, Mediadora en la Búsqueda de la Objetividad / Fake News, Post-Truth and Social Networks: The Library, Mediator in the Search for Objectivity
Izaskun Herrojo-Salas and Aida E. Montero de Jiménez