Making Your Research Freely-Available with MarXiv: The (free!) research repository for ocean-conservation and marine-climate science

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Making Your Research Freely-Available with MarXiv: The (free!) research repository for ocean-conservation and marine-climate science

Time: November 14, 2017 from 10am to 11am
Country: United States of America
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Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Nick Wehner
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Event Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 1pm EST / 10am PST / 6pm UTC

This webinar will be presented by Nick Wehner, Project Director of MarXiv and Director of Open Initiatives at OCTO.

Ocean managers, policymakers, and NGOs routinely face barriers to scientific knowledge: they simply can't afford costly subscriptions to traditional peer-reviewed academic journals. Studies have found that these financial barriers result in less primary science being used in on-the-ground environmental management plans.

MarXiv offers a way to increase access to pay-walled academic literature in a legal manner. An author who retains copyright on their submitted manuscript, known colloquially as a preprint, may upload the manuscript to MarXiv. Anyone may then download and read the preprint free of charge, legally, forever. No more time wasted begging the author for a copy, and no need to "pirate" the research in a not-so-legal manner.

Join us for a tour of MarXiv: the (free!) preprint service for the ocean-conservation and marine-climate sciences. Nick will explain what preprints are, how you can tell when/if you can share your preprint on MarXiv, and explain ways the MarXiv Team will promote your research — including summarizing preprints for managers and policymakers.

To register, visit: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AsxgJh11TdGf8HnJ6lHCFA

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