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Navigating Open Access (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) - For Librarians and Administrators
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Description

Are the researchers in your department confused about what they need to do about Open Access?

This support session will equip you to help them understand:

  • what Open Access policies actually mean for researchers across the disciplines
  • what they are required to do in order for their research to be eligible for REF 2021

Open Access can be a confusing topic for researchers and they will often turn to those within their department for answers. These interactive sessions will help those with these responsibilities to guide researchers through the process of making their research available.

Each session will begin with a short presentation introducing Open Access followed by a chance for attendees to ask questions on issues of local relevance.

Note that this session is targeted towards those supporting the sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics although those from other disciplines are also welcome to attend

Target audience
  • University of Cambridge librarians in the STEM disciplines
  • University of Cambridge research support staff in the STEM disciplines
  • Further details regarding eligibility criteria are available
Topics covered
  • Introduction to Open Access
  • Question and answer session with a member of the Open Access team
Objectives
  • To equip librarians and administrators to help researchers understand and meet Open Access requirements
Format

Presentation and discussion

Duration

One session of ninety minutes

Frequency

4 times in December 2018 to January 2019

Themes

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