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Brian Minihan commented on Brian Minihan's event Altmetrics: How your publications are being shared
"Video of this presentation and discussion now available.... BU Library Scholarly Talks"
Nov 4, 2016
Brian Minihan commented on Brian Minihan's event Altmetrics: How your publications are being shared
Nov 4, 2016
Brian Minihan commented on Brian Minihan's event Know your rights! What’s new in academic publishing
Nov 4, 2016
Brian Minihan commented on Brian Minihan's event Know your rights! What’s new in academic publishing
"This one was a lot of fun, special thanks to Wendy Wong from Taylor & Francis... we reached the limits of possible liveliness when discussing copyright, author's rights and publishing agreements. Video is now available here: BU Library…"
Nov 4, 2016
Brian Minihan commented on Brian Minihan's event Altmetrics: How your publications are being shared
"Thank you to all of our participants, this was a lot of fun. The presentation has been added to figshare---access it here: https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.4129113.v1"
Oct 31, 2016
Brian Minihan commented on Brian Minihan's event Know your rights! What’s new in academic publishing
"Presentation slideshow available on Figshare, we had a great discussion. Thank you everyone who participated... https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.4129110.v2"
Oct 31, 2016
Brian Minihan updated an event
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Altmetrics: How your publications are being shared at Hong Kong

October 27, 2016 from 12pm to 1:30pm
Based on a recent survey on faculty’s research needs, a key need identified was help in promoting research. Responding to that, Hong Kong Baptist University Library wants to talk about altmetrics, visibility and how researchers can monitor how their publications are being shared and accessed (sandwiches provided)This library workshop and discussion is for those who want to know more about:žquantification, and how technology is driving itžtools and ways to track publication usage, beyond…See More
Oct 30, 2016
Brian Minihan commented on Brian Minihan's event Know your rights! What’s new in academic publishing
Oct 18, 2016
Brian Minihan commented on Brian Minihan's event Altmetrics: How your publications are being used
Oct 18, 2016
Brian Minihan posted events
Sep 27, 2016
Brian Minihan commented on Brian Minihan's event Open Access Week Hong Kong
"Celebrating Open Access Week in Hong Kong, with Baptist University faculty and librarians from several HK universities--Chinese University, University of Science & Technology, City University and Polytechnic University. Beyond Baptist…"
Oct 25, 2015
Brian Minihan posted an event
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Open Access Week Hong Kong at Hong Kong 香港

October 22, 2015 from 12pm to 1:30pm
Data Services & Open Access Publishing WorkshopIn celebration of Open Access Week 2015, Hong Kong Baptist University Library is pleased to host a lunchtime workshop for researchers (sandwiches provided)a Library workshop for those who want to know more about:žbackground of why research data and publications are increasingly “open”žnavigating shifting requirements: from funding agencies to publishersžhow librarians can help in the early stages of research—data management plans, collaborative…See More
Sep 16, 2015
Brian Minihan is now a member of Open Access Week
Jun 10, 2015

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Are you participating in OAWeek 2016? (You can update this later)
Yes--definitely!
First name
Brian
Last name
Minihan
Organization/institution name
Hong Kong Baptist University
Type of institution
Academic Institution
What's your position?
Librarian
What's the level of OA awareness where you are?
Low
What are your goals for OA Week 2016?
On a basic level increase awareness of the current situation amongst faculty who publish
How did you hear of the OA Week site?
I have to admit I do not remember...sorry!

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