Open University, Tuesday 3rd December 2013

UKCoRR Membership Meeting, Tuesday 3rd December 2013, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Programme:

10:00 Arivals, coffee

  • 10:30 Welcome – Prof Peter Scott, Director of KMi, Open University [slides]
  • 10:45 UKCoRR Update – Yvonne Budden, Chair of UKCoRR [slides]
  • 11:00 HEFCE and Open Access – Ben Johnson, HEFCE [slides]

11:30 Comfort break

  • 11:45 CILIP on Open Access – Yvonne Morris, Policy Officer, CILIP [slides]
  • 12:15 Lightning talks:
    • Repository Search Wordles with Wordcloud – Susan Miles, E-Services Analyst, Kingston University [slides]
    • Edinburgh University Library – Green Open Access Project – Dominic Tate, University of Edinburgh [slides and video unavailable]
    • An holistic approach to institutional ORCID implementation – Pablo de Castro, euroCRIS [slides]

12:45 Lunch and networking

  • 13:45 Lightning talks:
    • Latest news on SHERPA/FACT – Peter Millington, SHERPA Technical Development Officer, Centre for Research Communications [slides]
    • Open Access Repository Register – Marianne Bamkin, Research Project Officer, Centre for Research Communications [slides]
  • 14:15 CORE: Improving Access and Enabling re-use of Open Access content using Aggregations – Petr Knoth, Research Associate, KMi, Open University [slides]
  • 14:45 IRUS-UK – Ross McIntyre, Mimas, University of Manchester [slides]
  • 15:15 Lightning talks
    • Measuring compliance with HEFCE OA policy for post-2014 REF – Zdenek Zdrahal, Senior Research fellow, KMi, Open University [slides]
    • Why repository harvestability matters – Loucas Anastasiou, Research Assistant, KMi, Open University [slides]
    • Reporting the repository: The challenges of reporting on the performance of the repository to institutional stakeholders – Chris Biggs, Institutional Repository Manager, Open University [slides]
  • 15:45 Closing Summary – Nicky Whitsed, Director of Library Services, Open University

16:00 Close

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