Dr Samantha Oakley

  • Researcher Development and Integrity Specialist (Research & Innovation Services)

Biography

I am a member of Research & Innovation Services and my role as Researcher Development and Integrity Specialist is focussed on ensuring researchers have appropriate training and resources to develop their research capacity. This includes research integrity training, delivering the researcher development objectives of the Early-Career Development Programme, and facilitating events such as the Glasgow Crucible and our Research Staff Conference.

Background

I originally completed a PhD in Egyptology following on from a degree in Ancient History and Archaeology. I then worked as a computer programmer and analyst in the finance industry. I re-trained as a librarian in 2003 and specialised in Research Support covering open research, bibliometrics and the REF, including training and staff development activities. I became a Chartered Librarian in 2007 and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2017. Before joining the University of Glasgow in 2019 I was working in scholarly communications, specialising in library research support activities such as open access, research data management, the REF, bibliometrics, research impact and research profiles. 

Publications

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Number of items: 3.

2018

Zhou, E., Errelin, L., Oakley, S. and Smyth, N. (2018) Open Access Books: an International Collaboration to Explore the Practical Implications for Librarians of Increasing Access to Scholarly Research Outputs. In: IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 24-30 Aug 2018,

2015

Davies, E. W. and Oakley, S. (2015) A new way to learn? Bite-sized Twitter training at Swansea University. ALISS Quarterly, 10(4), pp. 21-24.

2013

Oakley, S. (2013) Information literacy meets employability. SCONUL Focus, 58, pp. 25-26.

This list was generated on Sun Jul 12 16:32:03 2020 BST.
Number of items: 3.

Articles

Davies, E. W. and Oakley, S. (2015) A new way to learn? Bite-sized Twitter training at Swansea University. ALISS Quarterly, 10(4), pp. 21-24.

Oakley, S. (2013) Information literacy meets employability. SCONUL Focus, 58, pp. 25-26.

Conference Proceedings

Zhou, E., Errelin, L., Oakley, S. and Smyth, N. (2018) Open Access Books: an International Collaboration to Explore the Practical Implications for Librarians of Increasing Access to Scholarly Research Outputs. In: IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 24-30 Aug 2018,

This list was generated on Sun Jul 12 16:32:03 2020 BST.