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Information meeting about Open Access, PURE and Altmetric

05 October 2017
Open Access

Information meeting about Open Access, PURE and Altmetric by the Central Medical Library (CMB)

When:  Monday, November 13th
Time: 15.00 -17.00 hrs
Location: Red Room (Rode Zaal)
Language: English

Open Access and PURE

Open Access is one of the core themes of the University and UMCG policy . Many researchers do not realize that they can often publish open access free of charge. T hese are missed opportunities! In this information session, the CMB will bring you up to date.
Topics discussed will be:

  • Can you publish Open Access in your favorite journal? Please check the Open Access journal browser
  • On the CMB Open Access site you can read about the agreements made with the various publishers.
  • Upload your ‘final author’s version’ of your manuscript. The Central Medical Library or University will r e gister it in PURE, the research database of the University
  • Add the correct affiliation details for UMCG publications (crucial for the ranking)

Altmetric : who’s talking about your research?

By using the tool Altmetric you can
find out what is being said about your publication on the web, such as tweets and blogs, by whom and how often.
can demonstrate how Altmetric can be a valuable , additional tool to monitor and report on publicity surrounding your research.

We are looking forward to se eing you on November 13th in the Red Room (Rode Zaal)!

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