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September 11 2018 - 14:00
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In this webinar, David Walters and Christopher Daley from Brunel University London explore the complexities of the current UK open access (OA) policy landscape and examine the concurrent emergence of open science services which aim to provide global OA data. Using the results of their recent study, they will consider whether the global data on open access activity offered by services such as Sherpa REF, CORE and Unpaywall can enhance publication data held within institutional systems. These results will assist discussion of how local, institutional systems may be able to provide a more complete picture of collaborative OA activity through greater interoperability with global data services. 

Speakers

Head and shoulders of David Walters, Brunel University London

David Walters

Open Access Officer

Brunel University London

Head and shoulders of Christopher Daley, Brunel University London

Christopher Daley

Research Development Officer 

Brunel University London

 

David is the Open Access Officer at Brunel University London based within the Scholarly Communication & Rights Management team. He is an advocate of OA publishing, and of building services that realise the movement within local institutional communities. David has spoken at UKSG, NASIG, RLUK and Altmetric conferences about this topic in recent years. David is an ambassador for the CORE service.

Christopher Daley has worked in a variety of research, teaching and support roles in higher education. Christopher currently works at Brunel University London as Research Development Officer within the Research Support and Development Office, where he supports academics in the construction of grant applications. He has a long-standing research interest in open access publishing, open scholarship and digital humanities and is a member of the Young European Research Universities (YERUN) working group on open science. 

Learning outcomes

  • Wider understanding of current OA policies in the UK.
  • An overview of some major services that aggregate global OA data and the methodologies used for data capture.
  • An understanding of institutional systems used for open access compliance and related issues around interoperability with external systems.

Subject level and previous knowledge required

Introductory and non-intensive, however some general knowledge or experience may be required.

Recommended reading

Although the speakers will provide an overview during the talk, they would recommend participants read the research paper they will be discussing:


Walters, D.; Daley, C. Enhancing Institutional Publication Data Using Emergent Open Science Services. Publications 2018, 6 (2), 23. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/publications6020023 

The primary data and software is held in the following collections:
Walters, D.; Daley, C. Exploring researcher engagement with open access using emergent open science services: Software Artefacts, 2018, figshare. DOI: https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3966030

Collection B
Walters, D.; Daley, C. Exploring researcher engagement with open access using emergent open science services: Data Artefacts, 2018, figshare. DOI: https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3966027
 

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