ESOF 2014: Scientific Impact and Open Access — NordForsk 2014-06-12


"Scientific impact is crucial for researchers in every discipline. In recent years, alternatives to the traditional metrics of peer review and impact factor have been emerging.  Open Access has ushered in a paradigm shift in the form of open peer review models and alternative metrics that pave the way for a new order for quality control and measuring impact. What do these new models mean for researchers and the dissemination of research? Opinions vary widely among researchers and publishers. A panel of experts will discuss the pros and cons of these new measurement methods."


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Date tagged:

06/12/2014, 10:06

Date published:

06/12/2014, 05:47