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Hydra Europe Symposium - London 2015

HHuLOA project

Thursday, 23 April 2015 at 10:30 - Friday, 24 April 2015 at 15:30 (BST)

Hydra Europe Symposium - London 2015

Ticket Information

Type Remaining End
Hydra Symposium (Thursday 23rd AND Friday 24th April)
Attendance at Hydra Symposium, 23-24th April 2015
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Hydra Introduction (Thursday 23rd April only)
Hydra Symposium Introduction session - 23rd April 2015
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Event Details

The Hydra Europe Symposium is an event for collection managers, collection owners and their software developers that will provide insights into how Hydra can serve your needs.  The main event spans two days and provides two strands of content tailored to a less technical and to a more technical audience.  The Thursday sessions, aimed at the "less technical", will provide a high level introduction to the Hydra Project (the software, the Community and what it means to "adopt Hydra") aimed at those who simply "want to know more".  For the "more technical", Thursday's session looks in general terms at how Hydra's software is written, supported and used.  The Friday sessions in both strands will be devoted to topics chosen by the attendees as determined by their votes when booking tickets.

Tickets are available for both days or just the Thursday to enable attendance at the level of participation that suits you.

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When & Where

British Library of Political and Economic Science
10 Portugal Street
London School of Economics
WC2A 2HD London
United Kingdom

Thursday, 23 April 2015 at 10:30 - Friday, 24 April 2015 at 15:30 (BST)

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HHuLOA project

The HHuLOA project is one of the Jisc Open Access Good Practice Pathfinder projects running to May 2016 that are exploring and sharing investigations and activity being undertaken at a range of institutions developing their open access capability. The HHuLOA project has a specific area of interest in how institutions can make use of open access to support the development of research activity for the institution.
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