How are publications posted in institutional repository Helda disseminated around the world? This aspect has not been studied previously, so this blog article looks at this issue with the help of a small random sample. Based on a sample of twelve publications one can establish that publications from the repository are well disseminated into different net services, but there is a lot of variation in indexing related to publication types and service models.
Jatka lukemista ”Visibility of publications on the web is enhanced by harvesting of repositories”
Self-archiving of articles published in the open access journals will continue to be done by the library. However, researchers may receive an email reminder due to the fact that the automatic identification of publication type is not always accurate. This blog article explains why OA articles are deposited in a digital repository (Helda) and how the library supports researchers in self-archiving.
Jatka lukemista ”Why is it important to self-archive OA publications also? The library deposits publications on behalf of researchers”
Over the past few years, the number of open access publications has been growing rapidly at Finnish universities and universities of applied sciences. According to data collected by the Ministry of Education and Culture, 64.9% of all peer-reviewed articles produced by the universities in 2019 were reported to be open access publications. Jatka lukemista ”Open access on the rise at Finnish universities”
Many reasons are given for self-archiving, and self-archivers follow many different practices. We asked four researchers from different disciplines how and why they self-archive their research results. We also asked the researchers about their views on the promotion of self-archiving. This is the seventh part of the Think Open blog’s article series on self-archiving.
Jatka lukemista ”How and why I self-archive – four researchers report their views”
Does self-archiving of research articles seem difficult or laborious? It’s not. Basically, there is only two things you need to remember about self-archiving at the University of Helsinki (if you want to choose the easiest way). This is the sixth part of Think Open blog’s article series on self-archiving.
Jatka lukemista ”Two-point checklist about self-archiving for University of Helsinki researchers”
Self-archiving has many kinds of advantages, such as being free of charge and increasing visibility and effectiveness. This article briefly describes the most important advantages of self-archiving. This is the fourth part of Think Open blog’s article series on self-archiving. [This article was updated in December 8, 2021.]
Jatka lukemista ”Better visibility, more impact – and six other advantages of self-archiving”