New Open Research Exeter blog!

Although, sadly, the Open Exeter project has come to an end, our work will still continue! And we will be letting you know what we are doing via our new Open Research Exeter blog!

The Open Access and Data Curation Team will carry on supporting researchers and postgraduate research students at the University of Exeter with Open Access (OA) and research data management (RDM).

We manage the institutional data repository, Open Research Exeter (ORE), to make University of Exeter research more visible, reusable and citable. ORE provides long-term storage for all types of research data, research data and PGR theses.

We also deliver training and guidance for researchers on OA and RDM and the Team can help you to develop your own research group level policy on these issues or advise on data management plans.

We will be blogging on topics to do with Open Access, research data management, repositories, open research, big data, transparency, altmetrics, how to make your research more visible and anything else we think may be of interest to Exeter’s research community!

So this will (probably!) be our last post on the Open Exeter blog. We hope to hear from you soon on our new blog or via  or . And remember if you have any OA or RDM queries, please visit our Open Access or RDM webpages or contact us directly on the above emails!

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This post was written by Hannah Lloyd-Jones on August 14, 2013