On Wednesday lunchtimes from 12:00 to 12:30 of every week in Semester 1, the Scholarly Communications Team (and guest presenters) will be offering 30-minute sessions on a range of topics, such as Open Access, Copyright, Research Metrics and Research Data, and ORCID and other persistent identifiers.
The sessions will not be recorded but don't worry if you can't make a certain session - we'll repeat them again in semester 2, so there'll be another opportunity to attend.
|Open Access: what researchers need to know and do||27 September|
|Copyright and submitting your thesis: a session for research students||4 October|
|Introduction to Oxford Brookes’ special collections and archives||11 October|
|Introduction for authors to publishing journal articles||18 October|
|Literature searching: what tools to use and who can help||25 October|
|Read & Publish: what it is and how it works||1 November|
|Predatory publishers: how to identify and avoid them||8 November|
|Research metrics: what they are, what they’re for, and how they should (and shouldn’t) be used||15 November|
|Keeping up to date: have the latest research come to you||22 November|
|Copyright and research publications: an introduction||29 November|
|ORCID and other IDs: how identifiers help researchers||6 December|
|Sharing your research data: what, why, and how||13 December|
To select a session please click on 'Book your place'.