By Kirsty, on 18 November 2020
Here at the Office for Open Science and Scholarship we are pleased to announce another webinar!
This time we have David Carr from the Wellcome Trust leading this fascinating webinar based around their new Open Access policy which comes into force in January.
- David Carr: New Wellcome Trust OA policy outline and overview of changes
- Ralitsa Madsen: Proposal on DORA alignment across multiple funders
- Dr Paul Ayris & Catherine Sharp: How we are implementing the new policy at UCL
Join us on Wednesday 16th December at 12 noon for a lunchtime webinar, and plenty of time to ask all of your questions!
Full event description:
In their new Open Access policy, which will come into force in January 2021, the Wellcome Trust has introduced a requirement that organisations receiving funding must commit to the core principles set out by DORA.
In this webinar we will be hearing from David Carr, the Programme Manager for Open Research at the Wellcome Trust, who will be outlining this policy and sharing his thoughts on these changes. Following that we will be hearing from Dr Ralitsa Madsen, Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow at the UCL Cancer Institute about her proposal to develop a protocol on DORA alignment that all research funders should follow. The final speakers of the session will be our own Dr Paul Ayris, Pro-Vice Provost for UCL Library Services and the Office for Open Science & Scholarship, and Catherine Sharp, Head of Open Access Services with an outline of how UCL is implementing both the DORA principles, and the Wellcome policy in general.
We will have plenty of time for discussion among our speakers and for them to answer your questions so please join us for an interesting session before the policy comes into force