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  • Competition promotional materials 

    Open Exeter Team (University of Exeter, 2012-10)
    Promotional materials to encourage participation in a competition linked to OA Week.
  • Configuring your search settings in Symplectic 

    Cockram, Rick; Parkinson, Steve (University of Exeter, 2014-07-09)
    This guide explains how to update your search settings in Symplectic.
  • The Cricket-Tracking Project: a case study 

    Christmas, Jacqueline (University of Exeter, 2012-05-28)
    This document describes a case study for the archiving of a project to the Exeter Data Archive (EDA). The project described here presents a number of challenges for the archive and for the process of recording its information. ...
  • DAF survey questionnaire 

    Cole, Gareth; Evans, Jill; Leggett, Pete (University of Exeter, 2012-01)
    Questionnaire developed by members of the Open Exeter project team based on the Data Asset Framework (DAF).
  • Designing Data Management Training Resources: IDCC 2013 Workshop 

    Lloyd-Jones, Hannah; Evans, Jill; Cole, Gareth (2013-01-29)
    This is the Open Exeter presentation on Designing Data Management Training Resources from the IDCC 2013 workshop session on Designing Data Management Training Resources: Tools for the provision of interactive research data ...
  • Developing Open Access and Research Data Management Policy 

    Lloyd-Jones, Hannah (2012-10)
    Hannah Lloyd-Jones, Open Exeter's Advocacy and Governance Officer, talked about the challenges of developing an institutional policy on Open Access and research data management and how Exeter has approached policy development ...
  • Developing Research Data Management Policy at Research Group Level: A Case Study with the Marine Renewable Energy Group 

    Ashton, Ian; Lloyd-Jones, Hannah; Cowley, Andrew (University of Exeter, 2013-07-26)
    This case study looks at how the Marine Renewable Energy Group developed and implemented research data management policy and procedures. Recommendations for how other research groups could go about designing their own ...
  • Digital Curation 101 Lite for Academic Services Staff 

    Jones, Sarah; Davidson, Joy (University of Exeter, 2013-07-09)
    Materials from a workshop for Academic Services staff conducted by the Digital Curation Centre (DCC) on 18.06.2012. The learning objectives of the session were to explore how digital curation can support and safeguard ...
  • Digital Curation 101 Lite for PhD Students 

    Jones, Sarah; Davidson, Joy (University of Exeter, 2013-07-07)
    Materials from a workshop for PhD students conducted by the Digital Curation Centre (DCC) on 18.06.2012. The learning objectives of the session were to explore how digital curation can support and safeguard research, ...
  • Discuss Debate Disseminate Materials 

    Cole, Gareth; Evans, Jill; Lloyd-Jones, Hannah (University of Exeter, 2013-06-12)
    These are the materials for the Discuss, Debate, Disseminate event which took place on 22.06.2012. Discuss, Debate, Disseminate was an interactive training session focussing on the issues around the management of research ...
  • Discuss, Debate, Disseminate promotional poster 

    Open Exeter Team (University of Exeter, 2012-10-02)
    Discuss, Debate, Disseminate was an interactive training session focussing on the issues around the management of research materials and data. The workshop targeted PGRs and early career researchers from all disciplines ...
  • Draft metadata schema for data description 

    Evans, Jill (University of Exeter, 2012-04)
    Draft metadata schema to be used in ORE for data description.
  • E-theses Survival Guide for New PGR Students 

    Evans, Jill; Cole, Gareth; Lloyd-Jones, Hannah (University of Exeter, 2013-08-12)
    A guide to E-theses for new PGR students.
  • Electronic versus paper record keeping in scientific research: a case study for the Open Exeter project 

    Haworth, Thomas; Hudson, David (University of Exeter, 2013-03-01)
    In this case study the nature of record keeping for two different kinds of research in Physics, experiment and theory, is used to assess the potential value of keeping electronic instead of paper records. We find that, ...
  • Abstract for IDCC 2013 Poster Sessions 

    Evans, Jill; Cole, Gareth; Lloyd-Jones, Hannah; Beeson, James (University of Exeter, 2012-10)
    Open Exeter is a JISC-funded project investigating how best to embed good practice in research data management and Open Access in the research lifecycle. This is essential to ensure compliance with funder policies and that ...
  • Engaging with Researchers at the University of Exeter 

    Cole, Gareth (University of Exeter, 2013-07-17)
    This presentation describes the various ways that the Open Exeter project engaged with researchers at the University of Exeter during the course of the project.
  • Example coversheets for adding to ORE submissions 

    Newell, Kate; Evans, Jill; Cole, Gareth (University of Exeter, 2014-07-04)
    You may wish to add a coversheet to your document before you upload it to ORE. However, the University does not require that a coversheet is included. By adding a coversheet your article's provenance is clearer if it is ...
  • Facilitating re-use of PhD research data 

    Evans, Jill; Lloyd-Jones, Hannah; Cole, Gareth (University of Exeter, 2013-07-10)
    Paper and presentation given at the Open Repositories 2013 conference, 8-12 July 2013, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
  • Feedback postcard 

    Open Exeter Team (University of Exeter, 2012-10)
    Postcard for gathering feedback on Open Access awareness-raising activities.
  • File and Format Frenzy: How to Organise Your Files (RDP) 

    Cole, Gareth; Evans, Jill; Lloyd-Jones, Hannah (University of Exeter, 2013-02-05)
    This session examines file naming, file versioning, directories and file formats for long-term storage and is aimed at PGR students and Early Career Researchers.