Everything you need to know about Open Research but are afraid to ask!

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Lecture Theatre 3, Dept Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge

Philippa Fawcett Drive

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Publishing your research is no longer enough and researchers need to work to market themselves and their work. This session will provide an

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Abstract: Research in the 21st century is changing at a rapid pace and it can be hard to keep up with this dynamic and fast-paced environment. There are more pressures on researchers than ever before including mandates around Open Access and data sharing as well as extra pressure to boost citations to secure the next role.

This Introduction to Open Research will help researchers to navigate this complex minefield including the benefits of Open Access, how to use the University’s repository to publish research and boost your citations and how to comply with the new regulations.

Bio: Claire Sewell is the Research Support Skills Coordinator at Cambridge University Library. Working in the Office of Scholarly Communication she focuses on the rapidly developing area of research support to ensure that all library staff are best placed to support the growing needs of the research community.

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Lecture Theatre 3, Dept Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge

Philippa Fawcett Drive

Cambridge

CB3 0AS

United Kingdom

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