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The Scholarly Communications team made this video and step-by-step guides to help Oxford Brookes researchers to add their research publications (primarily journal articles and conference proceedings) to Converis (also know as 'the CRIS' - or Current Research Information System). It is particularly relevant for showing researchers how to add the information to Converis that the Scholarly Communications team need in order to help their output meet HEFCE's (Higher Education Funding Council for England) Open Access requirements for REF 2021 (Research Excellence Framework 2021).
A guide to using search strategies to get better results from databases.
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Geoff Morgan delivers a presentation entitled The Role of the Librarian in Declonising the Curriculum at the Oxford Brookes UniversityLibrary annual Teachmeet held at Oxford brookes University on Monday 17 th June 2019. He discusses how librarians at both Kent University adn the University of the Arts London have contributed to making the curriculum more inclusive by carrying out an an audit of reading lists and noting the ethnicity and gender of each author. He draws on papers delivered by librarians at the Talis Insight Europe and the ARCLIB Conference in Venice which were both held at the beginning of May 2019.
This is the sixth in our Oxford Poets podcast series, which features interviews and discussions with local writers. The next episode will feature a special recording made of a reading by Jo Shapcott, winner of the Costa Book of the Year Award in 2011 for her collection Of Mutability.
The theme music for the podcast, entitled Leaving for the North, was composed by Aneurin Rees, and played by Aneurin Rees (guitar) and Rosalie Tribe (violin). Find out more about Aneurin's work by visiting his website.
Claire Trévien was born in 1985 in Brittany. She is a poet and critic, who completed a PhD on French Revolutionary prints in 2012. Her début collection The Shipwrecked House (Penned in the Margins, 2013) was longlisted for a Guardian First Book Award. Her writing has been published in a wide variety of literary magazines including Under The Radar, Poetry Salzburg Review, Ink Sweat & Tears, The Warwick Review, Nth Position, and Fuselit. She has published an e-chapbook of poetry with Silkworms Ink, Patterns of Deca…
This is the third in our Oxford Poets podcast series, which features interviews and discussions with local writers. The next episode, in which Niall Munro interviews Oxford-based poet Alan Buckley, will appear in late October.
The theme music for the podcast, entitled Leaving for the North, was composed by Aneurin Rees, and played by Aneurin Rees (guitar) and Rosalie Tribe (violin). Find out more about Aneurin’s work by visiting his website.
Gill Learner was born and grew up in Shirley, just outside Birmingham, but has lived in Reading for over four decades. She retired from teaching Printing Studies in a local college knowing that she wanted to return to an early love, writing, but didn't 'discover' poetry until 2001. Since then she has been published widely and won several awards, including the Poetry Society's Hamish Canham Prize in 2008, the 2011 Buxton Poetry Prize, and the 2012 English Association Fellows' Poetry Prize.
The Agister's Experiment, which was published by Two Rivers Press in 2011, is her…
Episode 2: 'Sisters in Verse' - a panel discussion from a symposium organized by the Postgraduate Contemporary Women's Writing Network held at Oxford University on 9 March, and featuring Alex Pryce with panelists Kate Clanchy, Jane Yeh, and Sophie Mayer.
In this first episode, Claire Cox reads and discusses her prize-winning poem 'Tolstoy at Astapovo Station'.
This is the fifth in our Oxford Poets podcast series, which features interviews and discussions with local writers. The next episode, in which Niall Munro interviews Claire Trévien, will appear later this month. Steven Matthews was born and brought up in Colchester, Essex. Various of his poems have been published in magazines and journals including Stand, Versus, Kunapipi, Oxford Magazine, Poetry and Audience, and Moving Worlds.
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