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Open Access Training

Open Access Training

Learn how to maximise the visibility of your research through open access publishing.​

Our open access training provides guidance on the routes to open access, funder and institutional expectations, copyright and licensing and the use of institutional systems.​

Introduction to open access

An introduction video to what open access is.

Learn how to make your publications open access and how doing so will help maximise the visibility and impact of your research.

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Transformative agreements

Our transformative agreements allow you to publish open access at no extra cost. As part of our ‘open publishing week’ we invited publishers to explain how these agreements work for our authors.

Watch the series of videos on transformative agreements (internal access only).

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Becoming an open researcher

In this self-directed module we focus on what it means to be an open researcher and begin to consider the skills and knowledge you need as you begin your research journey as well as those that you will need as you progress. The module introduces you to the importance of your researcher profile, guides you through creating a profile, discusses issues around open data, research data management, copyright literacy, Open Access publishing routes and research metrics tools, including their responsible use. This module is an entry level introduction to issues that can be explored in webinars and workshops offered by the Library Research Services teams. The module is hosted as a standalone course in Canvas, facilitated by the Library.