March 19, 2020
This post is the second of two relating to the current state of Open Access in New Zealand. The first is here.
Massey University’s data was extracted from the national sample and analysed in the same way and found that two thirds of...Read more
November 22, 2019
Massey researchers now have another open access (OA) publishing option which is free to them, a recent development in the ever-changing OA landscape.
The Library has just signed its first transformative agreements with journal publishers – a...Read more
October 4, 2019
Congratulations, you’ve published! Now what? If you want your publication to have some impact, you now need to tell people about it.
See how dissemination fits in with your publishing and profile strategies in this short webinar Maximising...Read more
March 21, 2019
A few minutes editing a Wikipedia page can expose your research to hundreds or thousands of views a day, and potentially double the readership of your publication, according to NZ Wikipedian-at-Large Dr Mike Dickison who visited Massey University...Read more
September 24, 2018
Kia ora! Haere mai!
Welcome to the first podcast in the series, SOAP (Scholarly and Open Access Publishing). This series is part of Massey University’s offering leading up to Open Access Week (22-28 October 2018) #oaweek.
August 13, 2018
Postgraduate students at Manawatū, you’re invited to our Research Parties! Come along during 4-6pm on 4 September or 11am-1pm on 12 September. We’ll see you in the large discussion room, level 2, Manawatū Library.
Just turn up...Read more
April 10, 2018
Researchers, learn more about effective searching, managing and keeping up to date with the literature, managing your research data, publishing, and measuring your publication impact.
Albany and Manawatū Libraries will be running a series of...Read more
April 26, 2017
I was recently asked an interesting question – “I’ve written a report that hasn’t been published as either an article or a conference paper but I’m keen to be able to circulate it with a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) so that it has a...Read more
November 7, 2016
I had a phone call today from Professor John Cockrem who is in Oamaru carrying out research on the town’s unique little blue penguin colony. It’s been in the news recently because it sits right on the waterfront and has for many years...Read more
January 22, 2016
We recommend that Massey researchers should register for an ORCID identifier (iD), so that they can be easily and correctly connected with their research activities, outputs, and affiliations. This is becoming a requirement with some publishers...Read more