London | 28th June 2016 | 11:00-15:30
Institutions and individuals are responding to increasing funding and regulatory drivers in open access policy. What further change and consolidation can we expect, and how can you plan and prepare?
At this briefing you will hear from a panel and discuss these & other challenges. They will also consider implications for institutions, and share experiences of developing a strategy on the local level.
For more information follow link http://ow.ly/iTB43008HfP
Last week, RED’s Sabina Hulbert attended a Westminster Briefing event on Open Access to Research Data.
This event was aimed at the dissemination of information surrounding the issue of Open Access to Research Data: that is, the sharing of data generated from research activities that are publicly funded. At the moment there are no government guidelines or requirements attached to the practice around Research Data Management. However there is growing consensus for and practice around the sharing of research data. Continue reading Open Access to Research Data
Drop in sessions in the SCR between 12 and 2pm on either Monday 19th or Wednesday 21st October.
International Open Access week is an opportunity to promote the benefits of Open Access – the unrestricted, online access to the published findings of research.
HEFCE’s policy on Open Access for the next REF will require that the final author version of all journal articles and conference proceedings be deposited in a repository upon acceptance for publication.
This policy will apply to all journal articles and conference proceedings accepted for publication after 1st April 2016 and any outputs which do not meet this requirement may not be eligible for submission to the REF.
It is therefore important that researchers are familiar with HEFCE’s requirements and are in the habit of archiving the final author version in CReaTE as an integral part of the research process.
For further information please see:
For assistance on uploading to CReaTE, please contact Library Services: firstname.lastname@example.org
or pop in to the SCR between 12 and 2pm on either Mon 19th or Wednesday 21st October where Library Services Staff will be able to answer any questions about Open Access and CReaTE.
The CCCU Open Access policy has recently been updated to incorporate HEFCE’s policy on Open Access for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF).
HEFCE’s policy is that the REF will require the final author version of all journal articles and conference proceedings be deposited in a repository upon acceptance for publication. Continue reading Open Access Policy and the next REF
Thanks to everyone who came to the RKE forum this week. We hope you found it useful.
The three documents that were handed out are now available online. Continue reading RKE Forum Documents Now Available Online
When: Tuesday 10th February 2015
Where: North Holmes Road campus (room TBC)
Our next RKE Forum will focus on RKE strategy, the REF and Open Access. Continue reading Invitation to the RKE Forum on 10th February