Dominic Tate: Iso-Britannian tutkimuksen laadunarvioinnin vaikutukset open access -julkaisemiseen — Jyväskylän yliopisto
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From Google Translate: "Time: fri 24/2/2017
Place: University of Jyväskylä, Mattilanniemi 2 Agora, an auditorium Ag 2
Edinburgh University Library's research services to leading Dominic Tate arrives at the Centre as a guest of the University of Jyväskylä Open data in February. During his visit Tate gave a lecture Finland a model country rinnakkaistallentamisen project final seminar of the University of the Agora building on Friday, 24.02.2017.
Tate led by a team of specialists to guide the University of Edinburgh staff and students of scientific communication and publishing, open science, science research data management, effectiveness and visibility of research and intellectual property issues. He has previously been in similar positions in London and Nottingham universities.
In a presentation at the Tate presents regularly carried out in the UK for research quality assessment (Research Excellence Framework , REF ) the effects of transparency in the development of university publications. The impact has been significant, as the evaluation of the study, the ensuing research funding are taken into account only those scientific publications, which have been openly rinnakkaistallennettu universities and research publication archives. The assessment takes into account the possible delay times publishers' (embargo).
- Open access -STAFF is no longer a question of an optional small research group's activities, but rather attributable to research from the normal everyday life of action and of passing it through practice, Dominic Tate summarized.
In his speech Domic Tate describes how the so-called required for the evaluation. green open access model is transforming itself into a permanent publishing practices in the University of Edinburgh. Green Open Access refers to the articles (or in most cases so-called articles. Final draft version), the publication of an open publication archive your university or the discipline in the open archive. Publication is free of charge for researchers and about 70% of the publishers allow open rinnakkaistallentamisen."