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Open access (OA) to research publications brings with it significant benefits for UK institutions, researchers and research funders.
After several years of concerted effort to implement OA in the UK following the Finch report in 2012 and in consultation with a range of other sector bodies - eg the Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL), Research Libraries UK (RLUK), the Association of Research Managers and Administrators) ARMA and the UK Council of Research Repositories (UKCoRR) - we have learned, and continue to learn, a great deal about what works well, and what works less well.
In this webinar we’ll present these learnings in the context of Jisc’s OA services, both current and future, and how these services can support institutions with OA implementation.
- Neil Jacobs, head of scholarly communications support
- Steve Byford, scholarly communications manager
- Sarah Fahmy, scholarly communications services manager
- Jo Lambert, Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP) and Jisc article processing charge (APC) project manager
To gain an understanding of Jisc’s open access services, both current and future, and how these can support your institution with OA implementation.
Who should attend
Those involved in implementing open access:
- Library directors and support professionals
- Research managers
- Library e-resource managers
- Repository and open access managers