Ballarat , Brisbane , Canberra , Melbourne , North Sydney , Strathfield
23rd Oct 2017 12:00pm – 23rd Oct 2017 1:00pm
Open Access is the free immediate, online availability of scholarly content, coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment. Over the past decade, Open Access has become central to advancing the interests of researchers, scholars, students, business, and the public. Increasingly, institutions that support research — from public and private research funders to higher education institutions — are implementing policies that require researchers to make articles that report on research generated from their funding openly accessible to and fully useable by the public.
This one-hour video conference will discuss open access and the support available to ACU Researchers to ensure wide dissemination of their research without compromising journal choice or publishing contracts.
Topics covered include:
Pathways to open access
Open Access and Research Funders
Sharing your research via Scholarly Collaboration Networks
Resources and support available from ACU Library.
Presenter: Sharon Bunce, Senior Research Support Librarian, Brisbane
Who should attend: This session is aimed at researchers at all stages of their career and research support staff.
Session Details Monday 23rd October 12.00pm-1pm (Brisbane 11.00-12.00)
460.7.03 and 420.5.30
How to register
Please register via Staff Connect no less than two working days before the workshop.