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Cardiff University’s Open Access Publications Policy is now available online

Posted on 26th May 2015 by

The University’s Open Access Publications Policy is now available online in English and Welsh. The policy applies to all research-active staff and research students of the University. To summarise the policy, the main requirement is that all Cardiff authors store the details of their research publications on ORCA, the institutional repository. The most important point
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Success at the Celebrating Excellence Awards 2014

Posted on 11th December 2014 by

Congratulations to the ORCA and Open Access team from the University Library Service and IT who won an award at this year’s Celebrating Excellence Awards. The Celebrating Excellence Awards are an opportunity to recognise staff who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment and contribution to the University and acknowledge team and collaborative achievements. The ORCA and
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Events celebrating Open Access Week

Posted on 17th October 2014 by

In celebration of the 7th annual Open Access week, the ORCA and Open Access teams extend an invitation to all research-active staff and students to attend a drop-in session in your local University Library. The aim of each session is to answer any queries about making best use of ORCA, uploading your research publications, developments
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A new way to reach research participants…

Posted on 18th September 2014 by

Call For Participants is a new website where you can advertise your active and upcoming research studies and find research participants for free. You can create your own landing page to highlight your research, explain the tasks you would like potential participants to undertake and set customised screening questions. Call For Participants is not discipline
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New Open Access publishing decision chart

Posted on 5th June 2014 by

If you would like to know more about Open Access (OA), the Open Access Team have created an interactive Decision Chart to help researchers identify the OA options and requirements for their publications. The pie chart, available via https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/openaccesschart, will guide authors through the steps to making their research available via Open Access. Additional information can
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Trial to Essential Science Indicators and new Journal Citation Reports platform until September 30

Posted on 27th May 2014 by

Thomson Reuters’ database for citation analysis, Essential Science Indicators, and the new platform for Journal Citation Reports are on free trial until the end of September. Features of Essential Science Indicators include: facility to benchmark an institution’s research activities, more easily comparing individuals, institutions, and publications; pinpointing of emerging trends and influential researchers; indicators based
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