When we speak to colleagues about open access, often in short 5-10 minute briefings at Boards of Study, the focus is usually on ensuring open access to journal articles and conference papers. But a significant amount of research published at Durham comes in the form of long-from publications; books, monographs and chapters in edited volumes. In many cases we can make some or all of these open access as well. So let’s have a closer look…Continue reading “#OpenAccessWeek2020: DRO is for book chapters too!”
#OpenAccessWeek2020: A conversation with Professor Clare McGlynn QC (Hon)
International Open Access week is not only an opportunity to share the amazing open access research from Durham University and engaging with the wider open access community; it is also about getting to know our academics and the research process, helping us to understand a little bit more about the work that goes into the final article we download from the publisher’s site or repository. This year, we are so grateful to Professor Clare McGlynn QC (Hon) for taking the time to answer questions about her research.Continue reading “#OpenAccessWeek2020: A conversation with Professor Clare McGlynn QC (Hon)”
#OpenAccessWeek2020: Thank you – we’re in the Top 10!
Earlier this year saw the publication of the CWTS Leiden Rankings. This ranking provides indicators of citation impact, collaboration, gender diversity… and open access publishing. And we thought we’d take a moment during open access week to highlight Durham University’s achievement in the latter.Continue reading “#OpenAccessWeek2020: Thank you – we’re in the Top 10!”