The Open Research journey – from concept to implementation
‘Open Research’ as a term was not in the lexicon a decade ago and has only really hit mainstream in the past five years. Having a position on Open Research allows an institution to consider proactive ways to meet these needs rather than reacting to new policies. This is strategic preparation in what is a highly volatile environment where many parameters are not yet defined. No-one has all the answers here, we are all feeling our way, but working collectively is, in itself, a good model for ‘openness’. This talk is part of that openness, to share where Cambridge is on this journey.
Presentation made at the University of Reading event 'Open in Practice 2019' held 4 April 2019