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Open Access Week 2015 - OA at Royal Holloway

OAweek2015

Wednesday 21st October 2015 13.15 - 16.00
Windsor Building 0-03

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To celebrate the 7th International Open Access Week, Royal Holloway will be holding an event on Wednesday, 21 October. The event will focus on open access at Royal Holloway and the developments which have taken place in the last year as well as looking to the future, including REF2020.

The Research Support Team from Library Services will host several sessions on topics including, Open Access at Royal Holloway, REF2020, changes with PURE and developments in Research Data Management in the College.

There will be time for questions at the end of every session. Any more extensive queries can be dealt with at the drop-in session at 4pm or from 1-2pm every other day during International Open Access Week.

Please register if you would like to attend any of the events below but feel free to come and go to the different sessions.

Timetable

13:15

Introduction and scene setting

13:45

Update on Open Access at Royal Holloway and REF2020 Nicola Cockarill, Research Information Manager (Open Access)

14:30

Update on PURE Nicola Cockarill, Research Information Manager (Open Access)

15:00

Tea/Coffee

15:15

Update on Research Data Management at Royal Holloway Frances Madden, Research Data and Curation Manager

16:00

Drop-in session in PC Lab 5 in the Computer Centre Annexe

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Information Skills courses run throughout terms 1 and 2, on the following topics:

  • How to research your assignment
  • Advanced research skills for projects and dissertations
  • Searching techniques
  • Using databases
  • Referencing and Bibliographies
  • Easy Referencing with RefWorks
  • Managing References with EndNote

You can request individual help with references, essays, finding information by contacting your Information Consultant.


 

 
 
 
 

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