Humanist in the world of data, researchers at academic institutes and open education in Kumpula – Think Open Blog in February

A brief overview of the articles published in University of Helsinki’s Think Open blog in February. Themes vary from research data and sensitive data to open education and article processing charges (APCs).

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The open science review 2021, Gilgamesh and OA books – Think Open Blog at the turn of the year

The Think Open blog posts had two main themes in December 2021 and January 2022: (1) the articles looked at the key topics of open science in 2021, and (2) the articles highlighted a wide range of open access books published in the University of Helsinki’s Helda Open Books.

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Should the model for science publishing be rethought – and what is involved in publishing? The blog in November

The Think Open blog themes in November were strongly related to open access publishing and author fees. The articles also dealt with open source at the University of Helsinki and the process of academic publishing from the publisher’s perspective.

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Research data, how to manage it and how to talk about data management – the blog in October

The Think Open blog articles in October were strongly connected to themes related to research data. In short interviews, researchers shed light on how open data is part of their work, and research data management (RDM) experts talk about RDM problems and their solutions. In the theme of open access, articles concentrated on Plan S, APC and SCOAP3.

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