Including Open in your Research (May)

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Webinar for graduate & academic researchers | Researcher@Library

This session is an introduction to Open Research which takes researchers through the what, why, and how of making your research more open. It covers;

  • The context, definitions, and types of publishing open access research;
  • Why publishing open research outputs is important to individuals, institutions, and the general public;
  • The types of open research you can publish, including journal articles, books, theses, data, software, code, and figures;
  • How to choose OA publishers;
  • Using Minerva Access to have an open research output; and
  • Considerations for copyright, embargo period, and pre-print servers

This event is part of the Researcher@Library program, and is presented for University of Melbourne staff and students only. For more information, email

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