Including Open in your Research (May)

This session is an introduction to Open Research which takes researchers through the what, why, and how of making your research more open. It covers:

  • The context, definitions, and types of publishing open access research
  • Why publishing open research outputs is important to individuals, institutions, and the general public
  • The types of open research you can publish, including journal articles, books, theses, data, software, code, and figures
  • How to choose OA publishers
  • Using Minerva Access to have an open research output; and
  • Considerations for copyright, embargo period, and pre-print servers

Presenter: Dimity Flanagan

This event is part of the Researcher@Library program, and is presented for University of Melbourne staff and students only.