Courses and resources
Researcher Development : Depositing Your Work to ORE
Education and Research
Education and Research This activity is for staff on R and E&R only contracts - grades E-G.
This session will be DELIVERED VIRTUALLY - joining instructions will be provided beforehand.
About this course:
Open access allows greater visibility of research and can stimulate new research opportunities and collaborations.
Exeter's Institutional Open Access Policy mandates all staff to make in-scope research outputs available in the institutional repository, Open Research Exeter - ORE, via Symplectic, subject to copyright permissions.
Graduate research students are required to deposit a digital copy of their thesis into ORE as a condition of award.
This virtual session will focus on how to use Symplectic to manage publications and deposit them to the institutional repository ORE.
As a result of attending this course, you will be able to:.
- Understand what a repository is and the benefits of depositing publications.
- Know the University Open Access Policy.
- Deposit publications into ORE.
- Be aware of licensing considerations.
- Learn what publishers allow.
Who should attend this course:
This course is recommended for Early Career Researcher Staff and Postgraduate Researchers.
Caroline Huxtable, Open Access Repository Officer.
Before the course:
No preparation is required for this course.
A joining link will be provided beforehand.
This course is administered by Researcher Development; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
If you register for any of our sessions, it is expected that you will attend.
If you are not able to attend please log in to the `iTrent' online system to remove your name from the relevant activity before it is due to take place.
You will be expected you to attend for the whole session and for ease of administration, attendance registers will be taken at the end of each session.
Should you need to leave a session early or you experience ongoing technical issues, please email ResearcherDevelopment@exeter.ac.uk.