Here are the slides from Mike Taylor’s talk at the Radcliffe Science Library, on Wednesday 11th December. These form part of the Bodleian Libraries’ OA Oxford lecture series. Altmetrics – How do I rate thee? Let me count the tweets! PPT
On behalf of PLOS ONE Editorial Director Damian Pattinson, researchers and their colleagues at Oxford are invited to a lunch event on Wednesday 6th November at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. The event will be held from 12 noon until 2pm and lunch will be provided. This is a great opportu
Celebrate Open Access Week with Oxford University Press! Open Access Week is a chance to promote and celebrate open access, encouraging a sharing of ideas and experiences in the academic and publishing community. With a growing list of fully open access journals, OUP is committed to e
Elsevier is currently seeking feedback on their user experience and online forms for open access publishing. This is a good opportunity for support staff and academics grappling with the challenges of open access to get their voices heard with a major publisher, so if you are able to
Open Access Week is an annual global event intended to highlight the benefits of Open Access (Twitter #OAweek) Oxford University will be holding a number of Open Access events, both during the week itself and throughout the 2013-14 academic year. Bodleian Libraries are running a progr
Attached are the latest slides from the August WISER session on Open Access – a presentation given by Juliet Ralph and Craig Finlay from the Bodleian Libraries. WISER OA session – CFJR Aug 2013 Any queries – please email: email@example.com.
HEFCE is inviting views on open access proposals for the post-2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) from HEIs and other groups, organisations and individuals with an interest in scholarly publishing and research; see the HEFCE website. The University – through the PVC (Resear
The Rigour and Openness in 21st Century Science conference, held this spring in Oxford, provided a valuable opportunity to hear directly from a number of key figures involved in formulating and implementing the RCUK’s policy on Open Access. All of the conference sessions were recorded
Two events at Oxford – the Evolution of Science debate in February 2012 and the Rigour and Openness conference in April 2013 – provided publishers with an opportunity to talk about OA from their perspective. Here we present video excerpts from two presentations that may be of interest
"We previously reported about the Clinic’s amicus advocacy in a pair of cases concerning copyrights in legal standards and model codes incorporated into law. We are pleased to report that the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued a ruling yesterday in favor of Public.Resource.Org, the organization that we supported (on behalf […]
"Thomas Padilla, Visiting Digital Research Services Librarian at the University of Nevada Las Vegas will lead Collections as Data: Part to Whole, a three-year national collections as data effort. Thomas is joined by Co-Principal Investigator Hannah Scates Kettler, from the University of Iowa, Laurie Allen, from the University of Pennsylvania, and Stewart Varner, from the […]
"A SURF report. SURF is the collaborative ICT organisation for Dutch education and research. SURF offers students, lecturers and scientists in the Netherlands access to the best possible internet and ICT facilities. The idea that data needs to be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable is a simple message which appeals to many. The 15 international FAIR principles […]
"This report investigates the meaning and (potential) impact of the FAIR data principles in practice. These principles were established by a group of diverse stakeholders engaging via a working group in FORCE11. They are referenced in many policy documents and in developments of open science, for example, the European Open Science Cloud. This report explored […]
"...Mission: Findable, accessible, interoperable and re-usable/ re-producible (FAIR) data is an integral part in the process of opening up science and research. By improving the FAIR-ness of research data it will unlock the potential for both scientific research and society to draw from the benefits of this data, and also enable significant contribution to economic […]
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