Open Access & Early Career Researchers

Journals, Kings College

OLH Co-Director Dr Caroline Edwards was invited to give a keynote talk at King's College London on Thursday 4th September 2014, as part of a training event for AHRC-funded PhD students at the London School of Economics, Queen Mary University of London, and King's College London. The event was titled "Discovering Open Practices" and explored the possibilities, as well as implications, of open access publishing for Early Career Researchers (ECRs) in the UK.


Caroline's talk was part of the morning session on "The Open Agenda," speaking alongside Robert Hall (Director of Library Services, King's College London), Joe McArthur (Assistant Director, Right to Research Coalition), and Cameron Neylon (Advocacy Director, Public Library of Science).


For more details and the event programme see here.


To view the talk in full, click here to watch a recording uploaded to YouTube or preview below.

 

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