Promoting research through open access – everything you ever wanted to know
This talk aims to provide the background for anyone who wanted to know more about open access but were afraid to ask. The general philosophy of open access is that publicly funded research should be publicly available. The talk will describe the mechanisms for achieving open access, the benefits afforded those who make their work available and the concerns people have about open access. ANU researchers who actively make their work available will discuss their experiences.
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|Source:||Kingsley, D. (2012) 'Promoting research through open access – everything you ever wanted to know', presentation at Australian National University for Open Acess Week 2012, 25 October|
|DannyKingsley22-10-12-Macdonaldroom.mp3||Audio only - Separate recording||143.57 MB||MPEG Audio|
|Kingsley_2012_OAWk12_Promoting_Slides.pdf||Slides only||610.19 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Kingsley_2012_OAWk_Promoting_iPodversion.mp4||Audio & slides iPod version||61.71 MB||MPEG Video|
|Kingsley_2012_OAWk12-Promoting_Audio&slides.mp4||Audio & slides||247.51 MB||MPEG Video|
|Kingsley_2012_OAWk_Promoting_AudioOnly.mp3||Audio only||14.02 MB||MPEG Audio|
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