Research Dialogues is a new initiative to help researchers at UEL share good practice in research activity. Facilitated by Library & Learning Services and the Graduate School, lunchtime sessions at each campus will offer a short presentation on a topic of interest and plenty of time for discussion. The first Dialogue takes place during International Open Access Week 2014 and will focus on UEL’s response to the new HEFCE policy for the next REF exercise. This will require articles to be made openly available (not behind a subscription paywall) even to be considered for submission in the next exercise. November’s Dialogue will look at ORCID, an open and persistent ID for researchers.
Here is the programme for October and November, but if you have a topic you want to cover, contact Stephen Grace the Research Services Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org or David McElroy the Research Data Management Officer at email@example.com.
|Open Access: why should I care, what should I do?||Tuesday 21 October||13.00-14.00 in ED.4.02|
|Open Access: why should I care, what should I do?||Thursday 23 October||13.00-14.00 in EB.1.39|
|ORCID – an open ID for researchers||Thursday 20 November||13.00-14.00 in EB.1.39|
|ORCID – an open ID for researchers||Friday 21 November||13.00-14.00 in ED.4.02|