Course Details and Schedule

An introduction to applying open principles when conducting research at PhD level and beyond.

See below for course schedule

Key topics
  • What openness means in modern scientific research
  • Introduction to a wide variety of resources and tools that can help researchers
  • Advantages of Open Science and potential obstacles and difficulties
  • Build researchers' awareness of, and confidence in navigating, the modern research landscape
Course information
Intended audience Young researchers, early-career researchers, PhD students or Masters-level research students looking to continue in a research sphere
Prior knowledge None required
Software N/A
Further information Other talks in the Bodleian Libraries Open Access programme

Taught using:N/A

Course provider: Radcliffe Science Library


Frequency: This is a one-off event and will not be repeated.