Training and events
One to one support
We offer one to one consultations on open access related topics.
You can book a one to one if you need support with open access and the REF, paying for open access from your Wellcome or RCUK grant, using Symplectic, options for open access, making your research open access, or require any other advice about open access publishing.
Right: Kim Blake (L), Open Access Assistant, provides a one-to-one to Alexandra Williams (R), Centre Support Manager, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Finish Up Move On + (FUMO+)
Finish Up & Move On (FUMO) is one of the Graduate School's flagship courses and provides Doctoral students with invaluable skills to prepare them for whatever their next steps might be. The Open Access Team attend on one of the days and provides information on open access but also requirements for REF2021 and funds available to doctoral students.
Tuesday 20 March 2018
Once a term the Scholarly Communication team carry out a workshop on open access, with specific reference to the PhD thesis, and related research outputs that may arise from PhD study.
Training workshops for the National Heart & Lung Institute as part of their ongoing commitment to postdoc training.
15 minute presentation + 1hr 45 mins questions/hands on practice (set up or deposit).
Thursday 16 November 2017
Postdocs, Fellows, PAs and PIs at Royal Brompton campus
Thursday 25 January 2018
Postdocs, Fellows, PAs and PIs at Hammersmith campus
"I found the meeting really helped me to understand what I need to do to ensure my work is accessible and will qualify for the REF. In particular it clarified the interconnection between ORCID and Symplectic, but that we need to upload manuscripts via Sympectic even though the publication details will feed through from ORCID. I hadn't realised that to be included in REF we need to upload the accepted version of a manuscript within 3 months and not wait for a publisher's proof version, even if that becomes available within the 3 month time period. I am now clear on the different roles of Symplectic and SPIRAL.”
Open Access for Business PhD students - Tuesday 7 November 2017
Introduction to Making your Thesis Open Access - Tuesday 7 November 2017
A general introduction to open access, with specific reference to the PhD thesis, and related research outputs that may arise from PhD study.
Presentation: Open access for Buisness PhD students