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Open Access interview with Arthur Smith

This blog post was first published on 22 April 2021 on the Hardiblog of NUI Galway Library. In our Open Voices series, we are talking today to Arthur Smith. Arthur was until recently the Library REF Manager at Cambridge University Libraries and secretary to the UK Council of Research Repositories (UKCORR). Hardy: Thanks for talking …

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Open Scholarship Café: It’s not you it’s me. Who is citizen science for?

On 18th February we had a fantastic workshop on public engagement and Citizen Science. Moderated by Ann O’Brien it featured a number of case studies in how to engage a non-academic community in research projects. The agenda for the session was:  1. Defining Sense of Community in online public engagement on the patient feedback platform Care …

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SFI’s updated Open Access Policy – The Why and How

Published on February 03, 2021 This blog post was orginally posted on the HardiBlog by NUI Galway Library on 3 February 2021. In December 2020, the Science Foundation Ireland updated its Open Access Policy. In this blog post we are looking at why this happened and what it means for current and future grant holders.  …

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