Seminars and events

You can view or listen to some of our public lectures below

  • Research Hive Seminars 2021
    • 30 March 2021 - Digital Communities: connecting researchers at a distance - Katherine Stephan, Tyler Shores and Dr Natalia Cecire - Watch here
    • 20 April 2021 - Own it: The impact of right retention - Sally Rumsey & Johan Rooryck, Prof Martin Eve and Dr Maria Mercedes Frabboni - Watch here 
    • 24 May 2021 - Exploring DORA: responsible metrics, research evaluation and you - Dr Lizzie Gadd and Prof Robin Banerjee - Watch here 
    • 9 June 2021 - Thank you, next: the future of research assessment - Dr Catriona Firth and Prof Alis Oancea - Watch here 
  • Research Hive Seminars 2019
  • Research Hive Seminars 2018
  • Research Hive Seminars 2017
  • Research Hive Seminars 2016
  • Research Hive Seminars 2015
  • Research Hive Seminars 2014
    • Enriching your research: using archives to conduct qualitative research - David Hendy, Paul Quinn and Fiona Courage 
    • Increasing the reach of your research - James Wilsdon, Tim Hitchcock, Charlie Rapple and Ian Carter
    • Demonstrating the impact of creative research outputs - Saskia Gent, Lynne Murphy and Jane Harvell 
    • Challenging traditional approaches to scholarly publishing - Rupert Gatti, Peter Coles and Kitty Inglis
  • Research Hive Seminars 2013
    • 17 January 2013 - What is an author? Good authorship practices across the disciplines - Michael Farthing and Kitty Inglis
    • 31 January 2013 - The future of the book in the digital age - Kiren Shoman, Ellen Collins and Andrew Hadfield 
    • 14 February 2013 - Why share your research data? - Louise Corti, Janet Boddy and Brian Hudson - View presentation slides [PPTX 1.24MB] 
    • 28 February 2013 - What next for Open Access post Finch? - Cameron Neylon and Caroline Bassett
    • 14 March 2013 - Peer pressure: the changing role of peer review - Maria Kowalczuk, Martin Eve and Imogen Taylor
  • Research Hive Seminars 2012

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  • Research Hive Seminars 2011
  • Open Access Week 2020
    • 9 November 2020 - Open Academic Publishing: what it is, what it could become and why that matters - Lucy Barnes, Dr Arianna Ciula and Dr Tanya Kant 
    • October 2020 - How do funders and researchers work with open data? - Prof Rachel Thomson and Dr Sonya Towers - Watch here 
    • 19 October 2020 - Braving the Elements: weathering changes to your Sussex profile and research outputs - Library Academic Services Team
    • 19 October 2020 - Making your research data available to support your publication
    • 20 October 2020 - Digital Tuesday: Using Open Access Resources for Study - Library Academic Services Team
    • 20 October 2020 - Introduction to Open Access Publishing - Library Academic Services Team
    • 23 October 2020 - Open Access Week Wikipedia Editathon - Library Academic Services Team
  • Previous Open Access Week events
    • 21 October 2019 - Introduction to Open Access Publishing for PhD researchers - Library Academic Services Team
    • 22 October 2019 - Open Access Escape Room - Library Academic Services Team
    • 24 October 2019 - Screening of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship - Library Academic Services Team - Watch on YouTube
    • 23 October 2018 - Screening of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship - Library Academic Services Team - Watch on YouTube 
    • 24 October 2018 - The Publishing Trap - Library Academic Services Team
    • 25 October 2018 - How to get published in the digital age - Suzanne Tatham
    • 24 October 2017 - Adding your data to the University of Sussex Research Data Repository - Ian Carter, Jacob Norris, Thomas Nowotny and Adam Harwood
    • 25 October 2017 - Publishing without tears - Chris Surridge
    • 25 October 2016 - The benefits of making your PhD thesis Open Access - Former PhD students, Camilla Briault and Library Research Support Staff
    • 20 October 2015 - Open Access: What lies ahead? - James Wilsdon, James Baker and David Hendy 
    • 24 October 2014 - Scientists’ motivations for Open Access publishing - Dr Dagmara Weckowska 
    • 25 October 2013 - Open Access in the next REF - what does HEFCE need to know? - Ian Carter
    • 22 - 25 October 2012 - Set the Default to Open Access - Library Academic Services Team
    • 25 October 2011 - An Introduction to Open Access Publishing: Social Sciences, Humanities and Sciences - Martin Eve
    • 26 October 2011 - An Introduction to Open Access Publishing: Social Sciences, Humanities and Sciences - David Ross and Lucy Robinson
    • 18 October 2010 - Maximise your Research Impact: Engaging with Open Access Publishing - Sciences and Medicine - Carrie Calder, Antony Lewis and Kitty Inglis
    • 18 October 2010 - Maximise your Research Impact: Engaging with Open Access Publishing - Sciences and Medicine - Jo Appleford
    • 20 October 2010 - Maximise your Research Impact: Engaging with Open Access Publishing - Sciences and Medicine - Jonathan Connor, Martin Eve and Kitty Inglis
    • 20 October 2010 - Maximise your Research Impact: Engaging with Open Access Publishing - Sciences and Medicine - Joanna Ball, Jane Harvell, Chris Keene and Annette Moore
  • Academic Book Week 2015
    • 11 November 2015 - What is the future for the academic book - Caroline Basset, Kiren Shoman and Martin Eve
    • 11 November 2015 - Alternatives to the monograph: new ways of publishing for doctoral researchers - David Berry, Martin Eve and Chris Kempshall
  • Effective researcher seminar series
    • 14 January 2010 - The changing research environment and its impact on research at Sussex - Bob Allison, Ben Martin and Jane Harvell
    • 28 January 2010 - Making an impact – why demonstrating the impact of your research is important. - Ian Carter, William Spurlin, Ruth Woodfield and Jill Fairlclough
    • 11 February 2010 - The REF: The future of research performance analysis and the implications for Sussex - Ian Carter, Caroline Bassett, Andy Smith and Imogen Taylor
    • 25 February 2010 - Managing and sharing research data - Andy Newell and Rob Iliffe
    • 11 March 2020 - Changing methods of publication and their impact on research - Kitty Inglis, Matt Brown and Rhodri Jackson
  • Bibliometrics in Libraries
    • 12 September 2013 - Looking past the usual metrics to help researchers demonstrate excellence to support grant applications - Peter Darroch
    • 12 September 2013 - An introduction to Rexplore - Enrico Motta
    • 12 September 2013 - Citation evaluation beyond journals - Alain Frey
    • 12 September 2013 - Article-level and alternative metrics: tracking other indicators of impact online - Jean Liu - View presentation slides [PDF 9.80MB] 
    • 12 September 2013 - What does a bibliometrician do all day? - Stephen Pearson
    • 12 September 2013 - The h-index. Friend or Foe? - Ian Rowlands
    • 12 September 2013 - Tips for improving citations - Clari Gosling
  • How to get published
  • How can open practices help you get published
    • 3 June 2020 - How can open practices help you get published - Wiley Publishers in partnership with UKRN
  • Festival of Doctoral Research
    • 15-19 June 2020 - Festival of Doctoral Research