Carolyn Ten Holter
Carolyn Ten Holter BA(Oxon), PgDip
My Masters in Library and Information Science looked at open access repositories and ways of incentivising academics to self-archive. In particular I investigated whether academics would be more motivated to self-archive if there was a clearer link between publishing material to the IR and the evidence required for career progression.
I read law at New College, then moved into marketing and comms in a variety of industries, including working as head of marketing at a City law firm. I ran my own business for some years and now run the marketing and communications for the ORBIT project, which trains researchers in the principles of Responsible Research and Innovation.