Jisc/ ARMA- FOSTER Open Access webinar recordings

Over the Autumn months, a range of free FOSTER webinars have been delivered in partnership by Jisc and ARMA. These have been organised  in order to support the obligation on UK institutions to ensure compliance with a range of Open Access policies, at both a domestic and European level.

Targeting the UK’s professional community of research managers, administrators, librarians and all other institutional staff who are involved in or have an interest in the implementation of Open Access, this series of free webinars have aimed to deliver enhanced understanding of Open Access implementation across a range of thematic areas.

Below are links to video recordings of each of the webinars as well as links to the slides used:

Jisc/ ARMA- FOSTER Open Access Webinar: Working with Publishers- September 2015

Description: This webinar provided participants with publisher perspectives on OA and tips on how manage relationships with publishers. A range of practical steps were covered, alongside longer term and national initiatives.

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Jisc/ ARMA- FOSTER Open Access Webinar: Defining an Open Access service- October 2015

Description: This webinar provided participants with a means of identifying and agreeing OA principles and management processes across the institution, as well as signposting practical steps that can be taken in scoping and instituting workflows on a technical and human level.

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Jisc/ ARMA- FOSTER Open Access Webinar: Advocacy in Open Access- November 2015

Description: This webinar provided participants with a range of approaches to help widen awareness and broaden understanding of OA amongst researchers and research support staff.

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