Free UKSG webinar - Managing Open Access in the Library


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Nancy Pontika has kindly made her slides available. Please use the correct attribution if you wish to use them.


Q&A questions:

A PDF of the webinar's Q&As is available here.


“As someone who is very new to scholarly publications this was a great introduction to the area. Thank you.” – Becky Skoyles, Northumbria University


"Informative and presented with flair!" – Yasmin Noorani, University of Bangor


“My thanks to you and your presenter Nancy Pontika, for a very informative presentation. It was well worth the assigned time to join this Webinar.” – Anne O’Byrne, Rotunda Hospital, Dublin



This is a fantastic opportunity to listen to an expert speaker, with the added benefit of no travelling required! You will also receive a link to a recording of the webinar so that you can listen again at a time convenient to you.

This is a free webinar.



This webinar will provide a thorough introduction to open access and explain how open access advocacy and other related procedures can be integrated into libraries.

Date: 20 November 2013

Time: 1000 GMT

Duration: 45 minutes including Q&A

Speaker: Nancy Pontika, Information Consultant (Research), Royal Holloway, University of London presenting as the External Liaison Officer for UKCoRR, UK Council of Research Repositories


Learning outcomes:

Participants will learn about open access and the routes to open access. They will be introduced to open access advocacy strategies and the major UK HEI funders' open access policies. The session will conclude with the national and international status of open access and its worldwide impact.
Subject level and previous knowledge required:

Introductory and non-intensive, no previous knowledge or experience required



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