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CentAUR stats for January 2022

For 2022 the CentAUR statistics infographics are using the new COUNTER-compliant data available from IRUS. IRUS collects raw usage data from institutional repositories such as CentAUR and processes these data into COUNTER-conformant usage statistics. This provides repositories with comparable, authoritative, … Continue reading

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Open Access Week 2021 – Why publish your work as a preprint? An interview with Dr Al Edwards

There has been a huge increase in the number of outputs uploaded to preprint servers over the last few years. Why are researchers opting for this route and what benefits does it bring? What is a preprint?A preprint is a … Continue reading

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Open Access Week 2021 – Publishing a Registered Report: an interview with Jayne Morriss

One of the aims of the Open Research movement is to make the research process more transparent, accountable and reproducible. Writing a Registered Report has been proposed as a way of eliminating publication bias from the scholarly communication process. Usually studies … Continue reading

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CentAUR stats for September 2017

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Our Orchid for an ORCID winner

As part of our Open Access week activities at University of Reading, we held an ‘Orchid for an ORCiD’ competition for our researchers, research students and research support staff. We had 59 entries and the lucky winner of our orchid … Continue reading

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