Although it was rather buried by the publication of the Stern Review of the REF on the same day, on the 28th July the Concordat on Open Research Data was […]
The inaugural Festival of Doctoral Research reached its successful conclusion following a reception and award ceremony. Now the dust has begun to settle and we can start to review. Reflecting […]
Last week, we posted about the new HEFCE guidelines for the REF – the need to deposit your work in ePrints and make it Open Access. You might also wonder why […]
Today, April 1st 2016, is not just about hilarious pranks but also marks the start of the HEFCE Research Excellence Framework (REF) Open Access policy. Your research will be available […]
Look out for some of the Hartley Librarians who will be taking the Library service out on campus over the next couple of weeks. Armed with the Library2You banner, ipads, sweets & chocolates, we will be available for students and staff passing by – ready to answer questions and give help and advice on finding relevant information and library resources, as well as encouraging use of all our services (within our walls or electronically!).
Yesterday marked the beginning of Open Access Week 2015, and your intrepid Library reporter made the journey to Goldsmiths College, University of London, to hear current thinking on where we […]
by Nicki Clarkson. Our research repository, ePrints Soton, plays a key role in open access at the University of Southampton. We mentioned in our previous blog post that articles […]