In this quite long third episode of Opening Remarks, we take a look at the work that we’re doing in the Library to help foster an open and responsible research environment at The University of Manchester. There are three segments: a conversation with Scott Taylor about the Open Research Programme that he’s leading, a chat with Zoë Fletcher and Eleanor Warren about their contribution to that work, and then some snippets from our recent Open Research Exchange event.
All of this follows a slightly longer than usual preamble from me (Steve) and Clare where we talk about: Nigel Slater, figs, interior design, lockdown life and some other stuff. Skip forward to 11 minutes if you want to give that a miss.
During the episode, we promised to link to some things in the episode notes. Here they are:
The University’s Open Research Position Statement
Resources from the Open Research Exchange event – includes slides, video and audio
The Library’s resources on Open Research
Follow us on Twitter at @UoMLibResearch
Thanks for listening! Hope you all have a lovely festive season!
Music by Michael Liggins
Artwork by Elizabeth Carlton
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