Monthly Archive:: April 2016

Open Access Technical Workshop – ‘Un-Report’

Hello All, Here is the ‘un-report’ from our 4th April event looking at system functionality for Open Access.  It mainly consists of informal notes and verbatim comments from the day. OpenAccessTechnicalWorkshop Un-Report_20160404 We will  be following this up at the final programme workshop around systems and metadata.  The date and venue will be announced soon.

Update from Glasgow

Hello All, Our latest activity includes: Addition of a few fields to our open access tab on EPrints – code will be shared Amending our College reports from EPrints to include REF exceptions now that these are real – code will be shared Creating a community issue log to save re-inventing the wheel on open

Open Access Technical Workshop

Open Access Technical Workshop   4th April  saw the  End-to-End and LOCH projects host a joint event at Glasgow’s Hilton Grosvenor Hotel to look at technical issues related to Open Access policy compliance for the REF.  The morning session consisted of a series of short ‘show-and-tell’ sessions whereby participants generously gave up their time to

Open Access Work Recognised

I’m very pleased to say that the University of Glasgow Library has been shortlisted for Outstanding Library Team in the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards http://www.thelmawards.co.uk/thelma2016/shortlist Our submission was based on our open access and research data managements services, the continuous redevelopment of the building including the High Demand Collection, and  innovative services

Open Access Technical Workshop – Lancaster’s Experience

Today, I and Louise Tripp from Lancaster University attended the Open Access workshop organised by Jisc funded E2EOA and LOCH Good Practice pathfinder projects. Lancaster University is a partner in the E2EOA project. The day started with a short introduction by Valerie McCutcheon (University of Glasgow, E2EOA) followed immediately by systems demonstrations session led by