Tagged: open access

Next steps for Open Access and Open Data research policy

This conference will bring together senior policymakers and stakeholders to examine progress with the process of opening up access to research outputs, and the further push to apply the same principles to research data. Delegates will discuss remaining challenges identified …

CREST selected for Jisc Research Data Shared Service Pilot

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The Consortium for Research Excellence, Support and Training is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of 13 institutions in the new Jisc Research Data Shared Service Pilot. As the only consortium represented amongst those selected, CREST …

UCA Webinar Series: Open Access and what it means for you

Outline: The open access movement is transforming scholarly communications. This introductory webinar will give an overview of what open access is; the benefits of open access; and how to make your publications or thesis open access at UCA. The webinar will …

Concordat On Open Research Data: GuildHE and CREST response

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The Concordat On Open Research Data, developed by a UK multi-stakeholder group, is intended to help “ensure that the research data gathered and generated by members of the UK research community is made openly available for us by others wherever …

Stage 2 – A Consortial Approach to RDM

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We are very pleased to announce that the ‘Consortial approach to Research Data Management’ project led by CREST, University for the Creative Arts, Leeds Trinity University, Arkivum and ULCC has received funding from JISC to support funding in Stage 2 …

Project Reports and Case Studies

Here are the results for Stage 1 of the ‘Consortia-based approach to integrated research data management systems’ project involving CREST small and specialist institutions and a variety of partners, all of whom worked very hard and were incredibly diligent in …

Gathering RDIVA requirements

Research councils, teams and researchers are under pressure to make publicly funded research data freely available; the publication of data is increasingly required by funders. However, by its very nature, research in the arts is highly complex and varied, often …

Streamlining ‘Pure’ implementation: An update from Leeds Trinity University

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As a small, modern university we are looking to create an integrated approach to managing our research activity, and meeting sector requirements for Open Access and research data management. And we need to do this quickly. Working with Elsevier we …

Your vote counts: Jisc survey into Cloud Services and Research Services and Systems

Research Data Management (RDM) is an emerging field with a currently complex landscape. This can be both bewildering and off-putting for many smaller institutions, often resulting in a decision to delay action until something ‘better’, ‘easier’ or ‘cheaper’ comes along. …

An update from the RDIVA Team at UCA

I thought I’d take a moment to fill you all in on one of the RDIVA work that is feeding in to the collaborative project: A consortial approach to building an integrated RDM system: “small and specialist”. The aim of this …

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