Making your publications 'Open Access' is increasingly important, as it both improves the visibility of your work and helps ensure your eligibility for the next REF. In addition, many funding bodies require grant holders to make their publications open access. Find out more and deposit your work...
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Ensuring that all of your publications and other research outputs are associated with you correctly online is important not only because it helps other researchers find your work but also because it will affect your citation count (for example when calculating your h-index). Using an ORCID ID will ensure that all of your publications are associated with you and is also required by some funding bodies. Find out more about 'ORCID at Oxford" or measuring research impact...
The Bodleian Libraries run regular workshops on Open Access, Research Data Management and Measuring Research Impact. If the workshop you wish to attend has passed, please follow the link to register your interest in attending a future session or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a one-to-one or bespoke session for your department.
Open Access workshops
ORCID and Impact workshops
Research Data Management workshops
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