Training opportunity: Getting to grips with Open Access Publishing

 

Getting to Grips with Open Access Publishingopen access

8th December 2015 from 2.00 – 3:30 pm
Seminar Rooms 1&2, 2nd Floor, Library
 

Increasingly, researchers are expected to publish their outputs by open access to satisfy the requirements of the research funders in the UK and abroad. This session will introduce participants to the benefits of open access publishing, and to UK and international funder policies for open access. The session will also address the new HEFCE policy on open access for the post-2014 REF.

This session is open to all.

Booking required in advance, please email library-training@open.ac.uk places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Update: 

Thanks to everyone who attended the presentation.

Presentation slides area available here: Getting to Grips with Open Access Publishing 2015-12 v2

Session notes are available here: Getting to Grips with Open Access Publishing_Notes_2015-12

About Isabel Chadwick

Research Support Librarian at the Open University. I look after ORDO, the institutional research data repository and provide guidance and training on all thing research data related.
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