What will the reforms mean for researchers when applying for Academy funding or using the funding granted? How are the Academy’s new practices linked to national and international developments in science and research?
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Finnish Scholarly Publishing Conference (Tiedejulkaisemisen päivät) will take place as a webinar on 8 October 2020. The theme of this year's conference is "Multiform, multilingual - Accessible" (Monimuotoisesti, monikielisesti - saavutettavasti).
In academic publishing, it is common to assume there is a clear division of labour between researchers and language professionals. However, making a clear distinction between content and language quality is far from straightforward.
Join the DORA discussion on recognizing and rewarding multilingual scholarly outputs in hiring, promotion, and funding decisions.
Publishing gives researchers academic merit, but authorship brings also responsibility for the content of the publication.
The Responsible Research series (ISSN 2670-062X) is published by the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies (TSV) and the Committee for Public Information (TJNK). The publisher is established in Helsinki. The series will be published as open access web
Metropolia University of Applied Sciences has developed a facilitated publication workshop model to make research and development work easier for authors.
What things should be considered when thinking about publishing research data?
The European Accessibility Act brings e.g. e-books and the devices and software used to read them within the remit of accessibility regulation.
The evaluation of research should be based primarily on expert evaluation at unit and researcher level.
Questions of scientific communications and research ethics at the Helsinki Term Bank for the Arts and Sciences
The Helsinki Term Bank for the Arts and Sciences is an online service and tool for the production and publishing of information.