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The ORDS Open Sourcing Project is overseeing the adaptation of the software underpinning the Oxford ORDS (Online Research Database Service) into a fully open source package. The ORDS allows researchers to create, edit, search, and share relational databases via a … Continue reading
A recent research study undertaken by the Academic IT Group in conjunction with the Department of Education was presented at 2015 European Conference on e-Learning at the University of Hertfordshire in October. The study, entitled ‘Openness in Teaching and Learning’, … Continue reading
This week is International Open Access Week. A global event to highlight all things open access. Open Access (OA) is a publishing model in which peer-reviewed scholarly articles are made freely available on the internet without restrictions on subsequent use except that … Continue reading