Moving Towards Full Open Access in Higher Education | Inside Government

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08:45 - 16:00, Tuesday 26 June 2018, Central London."This Forum will provide attendees with the opportunity to explore the latest recommendations by UKRI and Jisc on fully transitioning to open access in higher education. In addition, attendees will hear from a range of leading institutions covering best practice addressing some of the challenges in transitioning to open access, such as funding and developing effective research publishing infrastructure.

Audience: This Forum is specifically designed for the Higher Education sector including Chancellors, Vice-Chancellors, Pro-Vice Chancellors, Principals, Directors of Strategic Research, Deans of Research, Directors of Research and Development, Directors of Knowledge Exchange, Heads of Faculty, Heads of Department, Directors of Research and Innovation, Heads of Research Partnerships, Senior Research Managers, Research Support Officers, and Strategic Project Managers. This Forum is also open to the Private and Voluntary Sectors, as well as Central Government, in order to encourage debate and networking.

Key Speakers Confirmed: Dr Paul Ayris, Pro-Vice-Provost, UCL Library Services, UCL Dr Neil Jacobs, Head of Scholarly Communications, Jisc Claire Fraser, Policy Adviser, Researcher, Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)"


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02/22/2018, 16:35

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02/22/2018, 11:38