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Homepage / Sign up to our ‘Making your research open access’ webinar – 9 February

Sign up to our ‘Making your research open access’ webinar – 9 February


Do you know your green from your gold? What are publisher deals, and how can they help you? My paper acknowledges UKRI funding, do I need to do anything special? What does an author accepted manuscript look like? Can you get help to access funding to pay the APC? What is an APC? What is Creative Commons?

If you find yourself asking any (or all!) of these questions, why not come along to our webinar where we will do our best to demystify open access? It will take place on Thursday 9 February at 1pm via Teams.

We will cover what you need to do to ensure your publications are made open, and the difference between gold and green open access. We’ll also explain the publisher deals that are available and how you can take advantage of them. Plus how to comply with the new UKRI open access policy requirements.

There will be a Q&A section at the end of the session and we welcome your questions.

The session will be delivered by one of the members of the Library’s research support team: Clare Humphries, one of our Research Support Librarians. The team works to ensure that your publications reach the widest possible audience – regardless of who they are, and where they are. We also do our best to ensure your papers meet funder conditions, as well as REF requirements.

Book your place via DATES

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Written By: Karyn Meaden-Pratt

Karyn is the Library Communications Manager and University Archivist.

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