Open Research Week 2023

Open Research Week 2023: Making Open Research happen at smaller institutions

1:00pm - 2:00pm / Tuesday 28th February 2023
Type: Webinar / Category: Research / Series: Open Research Week
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Professor Katherine Baxter, Northumbria University and Anna Grey Edge Hill University.

Open research is now embedded in most UK universities' research strategies, and this has started to take root in the research culture of large, research-intensive institutions. But what about teaching-intensive universities or institutions which have only recently become research-intensive? Research managers from Edge Hill University and Northumbria University consider driving forward open research, the challenges this can present and how they plan to overcome them.

Katherine Baxter is a Professor of English and Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Knowledge Exchange) in the Faculty of Arts, Design and Social Sciences at Northumbria University.

Anna Grey is the Director of the Research Office at Edge Hill University.

Open Research Week is a series of events organised by Edge Hill University, the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University, which aims to discuss new, developing and current practice in all things Open Research.

All events are free and you can register for each event individually. Each event will be recorded, so if you are unable to attend, please sign up and these recordings will be sent out in due course.