Centre for Internet & Society

Professor Subbiah Arunachalam has been called "India's and the Developing World's great advocate for Open Access". He has worked in the field for over ten years, holding workshops, trainings, and political and policy initiatives.

In this interview we talk about how to improve the current state of Open Access, what the Indian Open Access experience might teach the rest of the world, and Arunachalam's view on the future of the Open Access movement.
Open Access Interviews - Professor Arunachalam by CIS_India

0:18 - 0:47 A brief summary of Professor Arunachalam's work
0:51 - 2:15 How to expand Open Access in India
2:25 - 4:15 What other countries might learn from India
4:25 - 5:40 The future of Open Access in India