Kent Archive

The Acceptance Date conumdrum and reports on compliance

Many of us are starting to produce regular reports on REF Compliance for Faculties or Schools to monitor OA research outputs. What do our Schools want? How we can provide it? Glasgow and Kent Skyped today to share experience. Both universities use EPrints for our repositories Enlighten and KAR, have the EPrints REF CC plugin, and

Workshop: Open Access and the REF, Issues and Potential Solutions (including presentations)

The second E2E workshop, Open Access and the REF took place in London on Monday 12th January. The workshop focused on metadata issues, particularly with a view to preparing for the next REF. Ben Johnson from HEFCE discussed the next REF Open Access requirements and other speakers including David Baker at CASRAI, and Sarah Fahmy and Steve

Open Access Workshop 4th September

          Thanks to everyone who contributed to today’s workshop.  Loads of great ideas and lots of questions. The summary will be posted on this blog soon and disseminated via various mailing lists.  There are a considerable number of actions arising.  We will try to get them all moving and report back

Acceptance or Publication?

I hosted an event for ModernGov on Open Access earlier in the week. I talked a fair but about the Jisc Open Access Pathfinder projects and of course majored on E2EOA. Everyone was very excited about the prospect of a series of workshops. One particular issue that came out was the  HEFCE Open Access Policy for

E2E to present at the Jisc OA Good Practice Workshop on 17 June 2014

The new End-to-End OA project will be presenting at the first Jisc OA Good Practice Workshop on 17 June 2014 in London, see https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/jisc-open-access-good-practice-workshop-tickets-11632790991 for further information.  The other seven pathfinder projects will also be there, with presentations from the consortia led by Covnetry, Northumbria, Oxford Brookes, UCL, Bath, Hull and Manchester.  Our presentation will

E2E commences

Welcome to the End-to-End – Open Access Process Review and Improvements (E2E) project blog! E2E is a two year project funded by JISC under the OA Good Practice Pathfinder Programme, which will conclude at the end of May 2016. For now, you can read specifically about this project here about the E2E project and about the