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Webinar: Are you ready for Open Access Publishing?

Webinar: Are you ready for Open Access Publishing?

Please register if you want to participate. 

Language: Dutch or English, depending on the participants.

Open access publishing is a concious choice for some researchers. They like to contribute to transparency and openness in science or maybe they want to make their research visible to the whole community. For other researchers, open access publishing may simply be required by their funder. Public funders such as the NWO, ZON-MW or Horizon aim at 100% open access from 2021 onwards. In the future, open access may also be part of research assessment. So as a researcher, you need to be ready.

In this workshop you will learn about the context of the open access publishing (policies), types of open access, quality aspects and most importantly, you will receive many useful tips and tricks for Open Access publishing.

After this workshop you will have the tools to find out the open access possibilities for every journal. You will also know how to deal with the costs of open access publishing.

 

Date:
Tuesday 6 October 2020
Time:
14:00 - 15:30
Time Zone:
Central European Time (change)
Audience:
  For students and staff  
Categories:
  Are you ready for Open Access Publishing?  

Registration is required. There are 27 seats available.

Event Organizer

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Peter Braun

Welcome to make an appointment ! What I have to offer:  

  • Support to develop your literature search strategy: from research question, via PICO, to composing the search strategy.
  • Search strategies for various databases (notably PubMed, Embase, Web of Science a.o.)
  • Search strategies to be used for
    • getting a quick overview of a particular research area (e.g. for your research project)
    • addressing a PICO-CAT (for education purposes)
    • writing a full Systematic Review (for publication)
  • Tailored advice and/or problem-solving answers that you may need along your road:
    • Why some articles are not retrieved with your search strategy
    • How to validate your search strategy and the number of articles retrieved
    • Fine tuning and updating your existing search strategy
    • All ins and out of PubMed

If you have further questions, please e-mail me: p.g.braun@umcg.nl

Looking forward to meet you.

Peter