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Library training

Open publishing - why and how?

General description Library's Open science specialist will tell you how a researcher benefits of open access publishing, why it is important to publish openly, what does it mean, how to do it and what does it cost or does it cost anything?
Subjects to be covered

Different ways of open access publishing:

  • publishing an article in an OA repository or parallel publishing an article or final draft version in University's own publication archive = Green OA: what does this mean, how to do it, what different services are there in our university?
  • University's own publication archive vs. publishing an article on personal website / social media
  • publishing an article in an open access journal = Golden OA - what does it mean?
  • making an article freely accessible in a journal that requires a subscription fee by paying an article processing charge = Hybrid OA and APC-charges, how to handle with these?
  • how to select a high quality OA journal  (DOAJ, JUFO)
  • ORCID identifier
Format A short lecture / information session
Duration  20-30 minutes
Dates On demand
Intended audience PhD-students, researchers, teachers and faculty members. The presentation can be customized depending on department needs.
Booking / More information

Library publication services team, team leader Päivi Kanerva paivi.kanerva@utu.fi or openutu@utu.fi

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