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<h1>Welcome to OAHack!</h1> <p>OAHack is a hackathon and do-a-thon dedicated to spreading access to scholarly knowledge, data, educational materials, computer code and more. The barriers to open access present many challenges:</p> <ul> <li>Journal paywalls keep scholarly knowledge from many journalists, educators, and scholars in developing countries.</li> <li>The opaque handling of research data contributes to the "reproducibility crisis."</li> <li>Practices and policies regarding the licensing of educational materials and code form an inconsistent patchwork, blocking distribution and reuse.</li> </ul> <p>Many, many other challenges also hamper our use of research and education to solve the pressing problems of today.</p> <p>OAHack invites you to tackle these challenges and more through projects which could involve <strong>software, design, business models, policy frameworks and other tools</strong>!</p> <h2>Apply to OAHack!</h2> <p>Eventbrite Page: <a href="http://bit.ly/oahack2018" rel="nofollow">http://bit.ly/oahack2018</a></p>
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