Research Assistance & Development for Australian Researchers (RADAR) Grant: The Role of Academic Libraries in Promoting Scholarly Communication Literacy Amongst Australian Researchers: Open Access, Researcher Identity and Social Impact
Project Member(s): Narayan, B.
Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (Library and Information Science and Research Australia (LISRA))
Australian Research Council (Library and Information Science and Research Australia (LISRA))
Start year: 2017
Narayan, B, Luca, E, Tiffen, B, England, A, Booth, M & Boateng, H 2018, 'Scholarly Communication Practices inHumanities and Social Sciences: A Study ofResearchers’ Attitudes and Awareness ofOpen Access', Open Information Science, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 168-180.
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Narayan, B, Luca, E, Boateng, H, Tiffen, B, England, A & Booth, M 2018, 'Scholarly communication practices in humanities and social sciences: a study of researchers’ attitudes and awareness of open access', On USB only, The Information Behaviour Conference, Krakow, Poland.
Narayan, B & Luca, E 2017, 'Issues and challenges in researchers’ adoption of open access and institutional repositories: a contextual study of a university repository', Information Research: an international electronic journal, vol. 22, no. 4.
FOR Codes: Library and Archival Services, Publishing and Print Services (incl. Internet Publishing), Library and Information Studies, Communication and Media Studies