Thank you to everyone who attended our new session last week on Authors, copyright and open access, where we aimed to help authors understand their licensing options, make informed decisions, and know what they can deposit into ORA. The slides are now available on the iSkills Handouts page. We’re planning a repeat in October which will allow us to address some of the great questions raised last time. Watch this space for date of next session. The topic is obviously in the zeitgeist because last week also saw an interesting blogpost from Ernesto Priego (City University London), On Reading
Open Access via ORA – the Oxford University Research Archive
ORA provides a home for Oxford's research outputs. Copyright-permitting, full-text copies of your publications can be made available open access via ORA. For the green route, click on the logo & Deposit, or email the ORA team a copy of your peer-reviewed accepted manuscript and they'll be in touch.
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