Delivering responsible metrics in UK research is a collective effort.
Knowledge Unlatched, the initiative to make research monographs available in open access, has recently launched a second round. This presents us with a real chance to increase the opportunities for open access publishing in the humanities.
In this post, originally published for Open Access Week on the OUP Blog, HEFCE research policy adviser Ben Johnson reflects on the UK’s journey towards open access and where this is headed.
Open data promises us great things, but it’s very difficult to turn the vision into reality. The recently published Concordat on Open Research Data will help the UK to take an important step forward.
The Future of Practice Research symposium at Goldsmiths, hosted in partnership with HEFCE on 4 June, gave an opportunity for researchers, practitioners and research managers to explore new ways in which practice research is extending, and to influence broader agendas around assessment, funding and impact in a period of constant change.
Today marks the start of Open Access Week, the global annual event designed to promote Open Access (OA) as ‘a new norm in scholarship and research’. For those that are not aware, OA is simply a new way to talk about a very old idea: that new knowledge should be shared freely, for the benefit […]