Royal Society of Medicine are holding a workshop on 28th February. The meeting is open to anyone and as we are an institutional member of the UHMLG, all Oxford University staff can register at the reduced rate. Speakers include Dr Paul Ayris (UCL), Alice Wise (Elsevier) and Dr Alma Swan (SPARC). The day intends to take a look at all aspects of OA, hearing from librarians, publishers, researchers and funders. Registration is at 9am, and the estimated finish at 4pm. Attendance will be £60 for members, £80 for non-members. There will also be the opportunity to have a
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