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Jisc and TSV are collaborating to encourage journals and publishers in Finland to register their open access policies in Sherpa Romeo. The collaboration runs until December 2022.
A series called “Puhutaan tiedejulkaisemisesta” (Let’s talk about scientific publishing) covered different themes related to domestic scientific publishing.
The customer in the open access supermarket often ends up paying the asking price. Mikael Laakso’s talk explains why your shopping cart is lacking a steering wheel.
What will the reforms mean for researchers when applying for Academy funding or using the funding granted? How are the Academy’s new practices linked to national and international developments in science and research?
Finnish Scholarly Publishing Conference (Tiedejulkaisemisen päivät) will take place as a webinar on 8 October 2020. The theme of this year's conference is "Multiform, multilingual - Accessible" (Monimuotoisesti, monikielisesti - saavutettavasti).
In academic publishing, it is common to assume there is a clear division of labour between researchers and language professionals. However, making a clear distinction between content and language quality is far from straightforward.
Join the DORA discussion on recognizing and rewarding multilingual scholarly outputs in hiring, promotion, and funding decisions.
Publishing gives researchers academic merit, but authorship brings also responsibility for the content of the publication.