Sharing your research: open access and open dataCode: LIB302 , Offered By: Research Study Skills
This workshop will introduce the principles of open research, particularly open access to publications and open data. We will explore the benefits of sharing your research and discuss how this can boost the impact of your research outputs and raise your academic profile. We will introduce ways to share your research publications and data, demonstrate the University’s open access repositories and guide you through drafting a data management plan.
Second year researchers thinking about publishing their work or data. The workshop can also be taken in other years.
The key aims of the training are:
to introduce the principles of open research, including open access and open data
to discuss the benefits of sharing your research
to explain how you can share your research
Participants will be able to:
understand the benefits of open access publishing and open data
share publications and research data
Presentation and collaborative practical activities
There will be no formal assessment. We suggest you use the objectives and learning outcomes above to reflect on what you have learned in this session and record this in your DDP e-portfolio.
This session is also available as part of Fast Track: the influential researcher (LIB300), so if you have been to this workshop in the past you may not wish to attend.
If you would like to know more about sharing your research, visit the University's Open Access webpages or contact OAEnquiries@sheffield.ac.uk
Dr Jen Smith
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