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Provided by: Office of Scholarly Communication

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Top tips to boost your academic profile with Open Research (for graduate students and researchers in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)


What is Open Research, and what does it mean for you?

  • Would you like to share your research findings with the international academic community, without paywall restrictions?
  • Would you like to boost citations of your work?
  • Did you know that funders recognise the benefits of Open Access and most now require it as a condition of their grants?

These are questions for academics at all stages of their research.

Join us to explore:

  • everything you need to know about Open Access and data sharing in STEM disciplines
  • how to use the University's Repository, Apollo, to publish your research and gain citations
  • the training and advisory services offered by the OSC to facilitate your research and career development
Target audience
  • Graduate students in STEM subjects.
  • Researchers in STEM subjects.
  • PIs in STEM subjects.
  • Support staff in STEM subjects.
  • Librarians in STEM subjects.
  • Further details regarding eligibility criteria are available

Interactive session

Mailing lists

When you attend an event run by the OSC, we add you to our mailing lists to keep you up-to-date on the latest developments and opportunities in the field of open research. We send one Research Data Newsletter and one Office of Scholarly Communication newsletter per month. You are welcome to unsubscribe from these lists at any point if you feel the information is not relevant to you.

  • Please bring your own internet-enabled device to this session.
  • This is intended as an introduction to all aspects of Open Research. In-depth training on managing research data and publishing your research will complement this course (see related courses)

One session of one hour


Once a term

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