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Open Research Contexts (OpenFest session recording)

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posted on 2022-10-06, 12:56 authored by Emily NunnEmily Nunn, Jamie McLaughlinJamie McLaughlin

  

Session at OpenFest 2022:

  • Emily Nunn (University Library), Open Access to Health and Education Research outside Academia
  • Jamie McGlaughlin (Digital Humanities Institute), It Is Happening Again: Do we keep Building the Same Digital Humanities Website?

A two-day programme of talks, panel discussions and project showcases, OpenFest provided an opportunity for University of Sheffield researchers and information/software professionals to explore a range of issues around open research, including OA monograph publishing, Open Educational Resources, FAIR data and software, open qualitative research and software licensing.

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