Publishing Principles for your Research: a Copyright and Open Access Perspective, 16 October
Deciding where to publish can be complex. In this session we will take you through the key principles that you will need to consider, as well as explore the tools that can help you along the way.
In particular, this session will look at how to make your work open access - such as selecting reputable open access publishers and taking advantage of self-archiving opportunities. We'll also take a look at publication agreements: what they cover, the terms that you should expect and the steps that you can take if you aren't happy with terms on offer.
Whether you are an HDR student wanting to get a better feel for the publishing landscape or an early career researcher wanting to explore open access options, this session will provide you with the skills and tools you need.
When: Wednesday 16 October, 10:30 am to 11:30 am
Where: Engineering South S111, North Terrace Campus
Bookings essential: HDR students should register via CaRST online | All other staff and students please email Andrew Williams to book your spot.