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Thomas King

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Thomas is the Project Curator for the Research in Open Educational Resources for Development programme. Previously, he served as thestudent coordinator for the Vice Chancellor’s Open Educational Resources Adaptation project and as a Research Assistant for the Scholarly Communication in Africa Programme. His primary research interests revolve around Open Educational Resources, qualitative Open Data de-identification and management, and quantifying/analysing ‘impact’ in research and education. He holds a Masters in Education, focusing on OER production and adaptation by postgraduate students at UCT.

 

 

 

Contact details

thomas.king@uct.ac.za
021 650 5191
Room 7.45.2, Floor 7, PD Hahn Building

 

Outputs

Journal Articles

King, T., Hodgkinson-Williams, C. A., Willmers, M. & Walji, S. (2016). Dimensions of open research: Reflections on ‘critical openness’ in the ROER4D project. Open Praxis, 8(2), pp. 81-91

Reports

Neylon C, Willmers M and King T. (2014). Rethinking Impact: Applying Altmetrics to Southern African Research.

Swan A, Willmers M and King T. (2014). Costs and Benefits of Open Access: A Guide for Managers in Southern African Higher Education.

Policy Briefs

Neylon C, Willmers M and King T. (2014). Illustrating Impact: Applying Altmetrics to Southern African Research.

Neylon C, Willmers M and King T. (2014). Impact Beyond Citation: An Introduction to Altmetrics.

Swan A, Willmers M and King T. (2014). Research Publishing Models: A Guide for University Managers.

Swan A, Willmers M and King T. (2014). Opening Access to Southern African Research: Recommendations for University Managers.