Busy Making Sense

The Making Sense project has been very busy across its constituent institutions over the last 3 months. You can read about what they have been up to on their blog – http://sensemakingopenaccess.blogspot.co.uk/.

The latest blogs include:

Ruth Stubbings from Nottingham Trent University (NTU) writes about their use of interviews to gain a better understanding of researcher attitudes and behaviours around Open Access (OA). As well as giving an analysis of the interviews, it also  includes links to some useful resources including, interview questions, and coding form the interviews.

Emily Bennett from Portsmouth writes about the development and modifications to their promotional Open Access poster based on academic feedback and the need for a clear, attractive, easy to use research portal to encourage academic interest.

and in another blog she  describes the use of of pre and post workshop questionnaires to help modify and tailor monthly workshops to the needs of the academic.This post includes links to the presentation and the pre and post workshop questions.

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