How Researchers and Publishers can Collaborate in the Move Towards Open Science
On January 21st a panel of experts debated current challenges and opportunities in open science. Co-hosted by Elsevier, the European Council for Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers (Eurodoc), the Marie Curie Alumni Association, and the Young Academy of Europe (YAE), watch this fascinating and lively debate below.
Topics discussed include:
- Open access, impact factor and other traditional research performance benchmarks
- Maintaining quality in open access research and the threat of predatory publications
- Obstacles to open data and FAIR Data
- How publishers can support researchers who want to make OA publications
- How publishers collaborate with funding bodies to support the shift towards open science
Supporting open access
See how Elsevier is supporting open science and is providing more open science publishing options for researchers.
Open access and journal quality
Why impact factor should not necessarily be used as a measure of journal quality and the role of the reward system in journal publishing.
Plan S and the opportunity to discuss open access and open data
An opportunity to get everybody involved, not just funders.
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