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Open Access Oxford – what’s happening?

You have another chance this term to attend the briefing on open access publishing and Oxford’s position. Key topics will include:

  • Introduction – What is open access?
  • Key terms – Gold, Green, APCs
  • How to find out about research council or funder requirements
  • How to find out what your publisher will allow
  • Green route – how to deposit in ORA
  • Gold route and how to claim for APCs
  • HEFCE policy for next REF
  • New developments, including ORCID researcher IDs
  • Where to get more help

Bodleian iSkills: Open Access Oxford – what’s happening?
Monday 30th November 12:00-13:00, Week 8  >Book a place
(Online booking essential)

Open Access Publishing – How to do it

Are you in receipt of a research grant or involved in supporting researchers in receipt of such grants? If so, your funder may require you to make any articles that you publish available on an open access basis. If this applies to you, why not come along to our workshop, Bodleian iSkills: Open Access Oxford – What’s happening? on Tuesday 3 March 14.00-15.00 at the Radcliffe Science Library.

During the workshop we will be covering:

  • What is open access?
  • How to find out your research council or funder requirements
  • How to find out what your publisher will allow
  • How to publish via the “Gold open access” route and claim for Author Processing Charges (APCs)
  • How to publish via the “Green open access” route and deposit your article in ORA
  • Where to get more help
  • New developments – update on new HEFCE policy

This class will take place on Tuesday 3 March 14.00-15.00 at the Radcliffe Science Library. >Booking is essential

Open Access weeks – talks for researchers, academics and postgraduates…

The week of 20 October is international Open Access week and to celebrate this the Bodleian Libraries are hosting a range of talks including:

  • Dr Susanna Assunta Sansone from Nature Publishing Group on open data: better data = better science
  • Dr Martin Eve on the Open Library of Humanities – Gold Open Access for the Humanities without Author-Facing charges
  • Margaret Hurely from the Wellcome Trust on the new Charity Open Access Fund covering Arthrisis Research UK, Breast Cancer Campaign, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research and the Wellcome Trust

In addition, we will be running our popular workshops “iSkills:  Open Access Oxford – What’s Happening?” (providing guidance on open access publishing via both gold and green routes) and “iSkills: Your thesis, copyright and ORA” (providing guidance for DPhil students on the copyright issues you need to be aware of before uploading your thesis to ORA).

In addition, the Wellcome Trust and Bodleian Libraries will be hosting a drop in session (with tea) on how the Wellcome Trust can help you with open access.

To find out more about any of these events please visit Open Access Oxford.

Open Access publishing – what you need to know

Are you in receipt of a research grant or involved in supporting researchers in receipt of such grants?  If so, your funder may require you to make any articles that you publish available on an open access basis.   If this applies to you, why not come along to our workshop,  Bodleian iSkills: Open Access Oxford – What’s happening? next Tuesday 21 October 12.00-13.00 at the Radcliffe Science Library.

During the workshop we will be covering:

  • What is open access?
  • How to find out your research council or funder requirements
  • How to find out what your publisher will allow
  • How to publish via the “Gold open access” route and claim for Author Processing Charges (APCs)
  • How to publish via the “Green open access” route and deposit your article in ORA
  • Where to get more help
  • New developments – update on new HEFCE policy

This class will take place on Tuesday 21 October 12.00-13.00 at the Radcliffe Science Library. >Booking is essential

 

Open Access Oxford – What’s happening?

Further spaces now available for this summer session:

Are you in receipt of a research grant or involved in supporting researchers in receipt of such grants? Need to know about Open Access? Bodleian Libraries will be running a briefing on open access for research publications and Oxford’s position on Wed 20th August, 11.00 – 12.00.

We will be covering:

  • What is open access?
  • Key terms – Gold, Green, APCs
  • How to find out about research council or funder requirements
  • How to find out what your publisher will allow
  • Green route – how to deposit in ORA
  • Gold route and how to claim for APCs
  • Where to get more help
  • New developments – update on new HEFCE policy

Please be sure to book your place online 

WISER: Open Access Oxford – What’s Happening?
Wed 20th August, 11.00-12.00

Open Access Oxford – What’s happening?

Are you in receipt of a research grant or involved in supporting researchers in receipt of such grants? Need to know about Open Access? Bodleian Libraries will be running another briefing on open access for research publications and Oxford’s position on Thurs 5 June, 11.00 – 12.00.

We will be covering:

  • What is open access?
  • Key terms – Gold, Green, APCs
  • How to find out about research council or funder requirements
  • How to find out what your publisher will allow
  • Green route – how to deposit in ORA
  • Gold route and how to claim for APCs
  • Where to get more help
  • New developments

Please be sure to book your place online 

WISER: Open Access Oxford – What’s Happening?
Thurs 5 June, 11.00-12.00

Open Access Essentials

Don’t forget, if you missed our Open Access talk on 4th February, it will be running again next week.  Details below:

Are you in receipt of a research grant or involved in supporting researchers in receipt of such grants? If so, your funder may require you to ensure that articles and conference papers arising from the research are made available on an Open Access basis. Need to know more? Bodleian Libraries will be running briefings on open access for research publications and Oxford’s position on Tuesday 4th February 2-3 at the Radcliffe Science Library and on Wednesday 5th March 12-1 at the Taylor Institution.   We will be covering:

  • What is open access?
  • Gold and Green routes to Open Access
  • How to find out your funder’s requirements
  • How to find out what your publisher will allow
  • Depositing in ORA and Symplectic
  • Claiming for APCs
  • Where to get more help.

Please be sure to book your place online at http://courses.it.ox.ac.uk/detail/TZW7

Open Access Essentials

Are you in receipt of a research grant or involved in supporting researchers in receipt of such grants? If so, your funder may require you to ensure that articles and conference papers arising from the research are made available on an Open Access basis. Need to know more? Bodleian Libraries will be running briefings on open access for research publications and Oxford’s position on Tuesday 4th February 2-3 at the Radcliffe Science Library and on Wednesday 5th March 12-1 at the Taylor Institution.   We will be covering:

  • What is open access?
  • Gold and Green routes to Open Access
  • How to find out your funder’s requirements
  • How to find out what your publisher will allow
  • Depositing in ORA and Symplectic
  • Claiming for APCs
  • Where to get more help.

Please be sure to book your place online at http://courses.it.ox.ac.uk/detail/TZW7

What you need to know about Open Access…

Are you in receipt of a grant from one of the UK Research Councils or involved in supporting researchers in receipt of such grants? If so, you will need to ensure that articles and conference papers arising from the research are made available on an Open Access basis. Need to know more? Bodleian Libraries will be running a briefing on open access for research publications and Oxford’s position on Wednesday 3 July 11-12. We will be covering: What is open access?, Gold and Green routes to Open Access, How to find out your funder’s requirements and what your publisher will allow, How to deposit in ORA or claim for APCS and where to get more help.

The session will take place at the Radcliffe Science Library (though will be relevant to all disciplines). Please be sure to book your place online at http://courses.it.ox.ac.uk/detail/TZW7