If you missed any of our Research Elevenses this month then you can now watch the recordings - available for anyone to watch:
Software sustainability for open scholarship
The global movement towards open access has led to sharing publications with the world and increasingly sharing some research data. For some, the method and process of research is encoded in software. How do we pass on that knowledge too?
Whether you have written a couple of lines of scripts or a few macros to make manipulate your data or whether you are part of a consortium of programmers developing a package widely used in your field you may be thinking of reusing your code in the future or sharing it with colleagues.
This session will introduce a few tips for making your software sustainable and sharable.
Watch Now: https://connect.le.ac.uk/p3g2byx97a3/
Introducing Humanities Commons
Dr William Farrell
Humanities Commons is the new networking website produced by the Modern Languages Association. Free and open to all, it allows researchers to share their work, make connections and create websites. We will look at how Humanities Commons works, and its advantages over commercial rivals.
Watch Now: https://t.co/UcMCkpbi3t
Alternative Book Publishing
Prof Martin Parker & Dr Christopher Land (School of Business)
The rising price of academic books have led some authors to explore alternative ways of publishing. This talk will look at the experiences of authors who have published with small presses, experimented with new forms or self-published their work.
Watch Now: https://t.co/7t24UDVaIF