Welcome to the sixth issue of the Open Science and Scholarship Newsletter!
This termly newsletter has updates across the 8 Pillars of Open Science, and contributions from colleagues across the university. If you would like to get involved, give feedback or write something for a future issue, please get in touch using the details at the end of the newsletter.
In this issue:
- Update from the Head of the Office for Open Science & Scholarship
- Community voice – Extreme Citizen Science: Analysis and
Visualisation (ECSAnVis) project
- Special Feature – UCL Press Open Access eTextbooks project
- Deep Dive – Highlights from the Blog
- News and Events
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