Please note, by joining this workshop you are agreeing to follow the UKRN code of conduct.
The UK Reproducibility Network, in partnership with the Medical Research Council, are offering free training to researchers who are keen to train their colleagues in publishing open access.
This training will enable you to tailor and deliver a workshop which would teach your colleagues how and why to publish research open access as a part of their everyday workflow. You will receive training in:
You don’t have to be an expert in Open Research or in delivering workshops – you just need a bit of practical experience or knowledge about publishing open access, and some enthusiasm. We’ll help you with tailoring the workshop to cover your approach, and provide training on how to deliver it.
The course will take place over one full day, and will be held in person at the University of Bristol, Priory Road Complex.
You will need to bring a laptop computer. If you’re travelling from outside Bristol, reasonable travel costs up to £200 can be reimbursed.
09:00 – Introduction
09:30 – Collaborative discussion of workshop content (based on template)
10:30 – Break
10:45 – Running a workshop / Teaching skills
11:45 – Workshop planning
12:45 – Lunch Break
13:45 – Introduction to the Workshop Builder Tool
14:30 – Workshop building (part 1)
15:15 – Break
15:30 – Workshop building (part 2)
16:30 – FarewellRegister
Attendance is free, but limited. If you have any questions, please email jackie.thompson (at) bristol.ac.uk and emma.wilson (at) ed.ac.uk
Note that this is part of a series of 4 separate training courses, one for each following topic: