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Engineering Front Building Executive Suite Room 103

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Open Access 101: The future of publishing research?

In this session we’ll get you up to speed with Open Access, the implications for research in the UK and answer your burning questions on the topic.


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Interested but can’t make it to the session? Tweet your thoughts and opinions to @ucldigifest with hashtag #dfopen101 and populate the discussion online!


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Engineering Front Building Executive Suite Room 103

Organiser UCL Digifest Monday: Online Activism | Digital Ethics | Privacy | Security #dfMon

Organiser of Open Access 101: The future of publishing research? Joseph Mcarthur (6.30-7.30pm)

digifest is a lot of things; part unconference, part hackfest, part showcase, part online course, where we combine and deliver both a digital and physical experience to everyone involved.

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