University of Liverpool

Case Study: Elements Implementation at The University of Liverpool

Michael Case Study

The University of Liverpool‘s Elements implementation began in late 2015, and by the time their story was shared at our User Conference in June 2016, had already produced some impressive statistics. The University, based in the north-west of England, is a research-intensive institution, with approximately 1200 core research staff. Their Elements system, known locally as Liverpool Elements, was introduced initially to help …

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Case Study: Open Access Workflow Improvements at QMUL

Michael Case Study, Guest Blog

Recently, we came across this post on the blog of opeNWorks – a community of practice for Open Access publishing in the North West of England, built on a collaboration by Jisc and the University of Manchester. It details the setup of OA policy compliance at Queen Mary University London, and a typical researchers’ workflow in depositing OA publications. We were …

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The Open Access Monitor at Liverpool John Moores University: Q&A

Michael Case Study, Guest Blog

We recently asked members of our user community about their experiences using the Open Access features within Elements. Diana Leighton (REF Manager) and Cath Dishman (Open Access & Digital Scholarship Librarian) from Liverpool John Moores University told us how their experience has been since implementing the Open Access Monitor. Here’s what they told us. Why did you decide to purchase/license the …