Oxford University Press and Cambridge University Press find that the monograph continues to play a crucial role for researchers

« The world’s two biggest university presses have announced the results of a joint, global survey into the future of the … Continuer la lecture de « Oxford University Press and Cambridge University Press find that the monograph continues to play a crucial role for researchers »

A guide to applying the Good Publication Practice 3 guidelines in the Asia-Pacific region

« Numerous recommendations and guidelines aim to improve the quality, timeliness and transparency of medical publications. However, these guidelines use ambiguous … Continuer la lecture de « A guide to applying the Good Publication Practice 3 guidelines in the Asia-Pacific region »

Institutional repositories and the item and research data metrics landscape

« The success of COUNTER in supporting adoption of a standard to measure e-resource usage over the past 15 years is … Continuer la lecture de « Institutional repositories and the item and research data metrics landscape »

Open Access in Finland: How an Open Repository becomes a Full Service Open Publishing Platform

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Policy Needs to Go Hand in Hand with Practice: The Learning and Listening Approach to Data Management

« In this paper, we explain our strategy for developing research data management policies at TU Delft. Policies can be important … Continuer la lecture de « Policy Needs to Go Hand in Hand with Practice: The Learning and Listening Approach to Data Management »

Vers un (ré)apprentissage pour prévenir les inconduites scientifiques involontaires ?

« Le travail de recherche scientifique contribue au développement de connaissances qui constituent notre patrimoine scientifique. Pour cela, les chercheurs doivent … Continuer la lecture de « Vers un (ré)apprentissage pour prévenir les inconduites scientifiques involontaires ? »