Author Archives: Megan Loveys

About Megan Loveys

Research Support Officer at the Open University.

Keeping up-to-date with BrowZine!

If you haven’t heard of BrowZine yet you need to check this out! BrowZine is a website designed to allow you to browse scholarly journals from different publishers all in one place! What more could you want? This is the … Continue reading

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ORO Refresh Now Live!

Following on from our blog post last week, the changes to ORO are now complete and are now live. Check out the new look! The Library has been working on refreshing ORO and its appearance and these changes have been … Continue reading

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EThOS Survey

Hello everyone, The British Library are running a very short survey to help them gain an understanding of how people use the EThOS thesis service. They are particularly interested in how front end users – researchers of all kinds – … Continue reading

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ORO Refresh

The Library has been working on refreshing ORO and its appearance will be updated on the week commencing the 13th July. ORO may be unavailable for short periods during this time. This refresh has been undertaken to improve responsiveness and … Continue reading

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Online Training Session on Sage Research Methods

Calling all researchers! We’re running a webinar to give you the low down on the Sage Research Methods database and how it can enhance your research project no matter what stage you’re at. What will be covered? A brief introduction … Continue reading

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Which Stats Test? SAGE Research Methods

Hello and happy Thursday everyone! Today is the final instalment of the SAGE Research Methods blog post series and we will be focusing on the Stats Test tool. This tool is designed to help researchers figure out which statistical test … Continue reading

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Free Kings Open Research Conference

On the 11th June 2020 Kings College London are hosting their Inaugural Open Research Conference online, and it is open to all (internal and external)! The conference will consist of a series of talks and a roundtable discussion, world renowned … Continue reading

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Helpful Project Planning – SAGE Research Methods

Hello, I’m back again with the fourth instalment of the SAGE Research Methods series and today we are going to focus on the Project Planner feature. The title is pretty self-explanatory but I’m going to explain how you can best use … Continue reading

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Open Book Publishers: Chat Drop-in Sessions on Open Access

Hello everyone, happy Wednesday! Open Book Publishers have been having a lot of success with their open access drop-in sessions and have released some more dates in the coming weeks. Session 2: This session will be Open Access book publishing: beyond … Continue reading

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Come and check out our new and improved website – Now Live!

Hello everyone, We are very pleased to announce that our updated website is officially live and we would love for you to head on over and take a look at some of the exciting features we’ve added. What’s New? Our brand … Continue reading

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