“Capturing practice research: improving visibility and searchability”

"Capturing practice research: improving visibility and searchability" was an open access community event, held on 15th March in London and hosted by JISC. To give some background, people whose research is practice based (e.g. musicians, performers, artists, photographers, dramatists, sculptors) find it difficult to add their work to repositories, as most repositories are designed based … Continue reading “Capturing practice research: improving visibility and searchability”

CPD25: Researchers and repositories

On Wednesday (11th May) I attended two events hosted by CPD25: Engaging and Supporting Researchers and Open Access and Repositories. Engaging and Supporting Researchers Although both the talks at this event were very interesting and informative, they weren't quite what I was expecting - which was how to engage and support researchers from a library … Continue reading CPD25: Researchers and repositories

“Open Access Monographs and Publishing Models: Collaborative Ways Forward”

Last Monday (19th October) I attended a panel discussion held at Goldsmiths¬†to hear a panel of experts share thoughts and ideas as part of a discussion about open access monographs (OAMs). I attended as part of my research into collaborative models for the publication of OAMs, which is one of my appraisal objectives. ¬†This event … Continue reading “Open Access Monographs and Publishing Models: Collaborative Ways Forward”