Find information on spaces, staff, and services.
Faculty, staff, and students at UW-Madison actively participate in an ecosystem of creating and using intellectual and creative outputs including data, research publications, literary and other artistic works, and educational materials.
The libraries are here to support those interested in making those works open and to encourage an open scholarly ecosystem.
We will strive to meet the needs of current and future scholars, advance the public good and the progress of scholarship, and live up to the promise of the Wisconsin Idea.
Stay informed about recent news, research, advancements, and debates related to all things open on our campus and around the world.
Learn about how UW-Madison scholars, research centers, and administrative units -- including the libraries -- are contributing to open scholarship and learning.
Learn more about how open access options fit into our scholarly research and dissemination. What are the implications for authors and what should authors know?
Learn about how to find and use open data and what's involved in sharing data you generate in your own research.
Teaching and learning at UW-Madison can be more inclusive, customized, innovative, and participatory by taking advantage of "open" ways of learning and open resources.
Many people across the libraries and around campus provide information and services to support open scholarship and learning. Find out about us and how to reach us.