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Bodleian iSkills: Authors, copyright and open access - making it work for you
Authors are often unsure what rights they retain when signing the publisher agreement for a journal article. Your choices affect what you and others can do with your work. This introductory workshop deciphers the jargon and explains the pitfalls so you can understand your options and make informed decisions.
- benefits of retaining copyright
- Copyright Transfer Agreements (CTA) compared with other Licence types (inc. Creative Commons)
- author rights and sharing permissions
- subscription and open access articles
- uploading to the web or repositories
- University and funder policies (inc. REF)
- where to get help.
Participants are welcome to bring along an example of a publisher copyright agreement that they have signed in the past or from a journal they publish in regularly.
Intended Audience: Current Oxford postgraduate research students, researchers and academics, research support staff and librarians
Dates and booking
|Thursday 15 June 14.00-15.00
||Manor Road Building, Seminar Room B
||> Booking now closed
Presenters: Sarah Barkla, Kate Beeby, Juliet Ralph, Sally Rumsey
Format: Presentation with Q&A
What you will need? Nothing required
Bodleian iSkills: Open Access Oxford - what's happening?
A briefing on open access publishing and Oxford's position including guidance on how to comply with the Open Access requirements for the REF and mandates from key funding bodies whilst respecting your publisher's rights and policies.