4000 and counting! A significant milestone and other good news from the WRaP team

Firstly, at the beginning of the month the 4000th record was deposited in WRaP; A book chapter ‘Becoming a Reflective Practitioner’ written by Karen Hanson and Karen Appleby.

Secondly, congratulations go to Nicoleta Cinpoes from the Institute of Humanities and Creative Arts and Simon Evans and Dawn Brooker from the Institute of Health and Society for promptly depositing their latest research outputs within hours of acceptance for publication, and

Thirdly, there were eight items deposited in WRaP during March that potentially qualify for the 2021 REF exercise and for the first time this year, all of the potential REF items met HEFCE Open access requirements!

Well done and thank you to everyone who contributed to these successes!

Finally, please note it has been a year since HEFCE has implemented the Open Access requirement, to ensure your research output qualify for the next REF 2021 exercise, please deposit your research in WRaP within three months of its acceptance for publication. Additionally, to ensure that your deposit meets HEFCE Open Access requirements, please supply a deposit with an author’s accepted manuscript.

If you need any assistance with WRaP, Open Access, ORCiD etc., please do let me, or any other member of the WRaP team know, we will be happy to help.

Karol Kosinski

k.kosinski@worc.ac.uk

wrapteam@worc.ac.uk

Links to WRaP records mentioned above:

Becoming a Reflective Practitioner  http://eprints.worc.ac.uk/5399/

The ‘Cumberbatch’ Hamlet  http://eprints.worc.ac.uk/5413/

Comparison of the Adaptive Implementation…  http://eprints.worc.ac.uk/5430/

 

 

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