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International Open Access Week 2018 (22nd October -28th October)

Open Access Week is an annual event focusing on advancing the foundations of open knowledge. It is an opportunity for academics and the research community to learn more about open access and to engage in ongoing conversations that help inspire and advance open access to research. The theme for this year’s Open Access Week ‘Designing […]

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[Video] Why does open access matter?

Open Access makes research results freely available to anyone via the Internet, without the barriers created by financial, legal or technical issues. Research available via open access has a broader audience that includes government agencies, policy makers, practitioners, charities and non-government organisations, industry and business and the general public. In this video Associate Professor Helen […]

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International Open Access Week is coming!

Open access is an opportunity to maximise the exposure of your research by making it available, without barriers, to the world. An increasing number of research funders (including the ARC and NHMRC) are mandating open access to research findings. Curtin University Library is here to help you navigate the open access world, fulfil your obligations […]

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