Webinar held digitally via Zoom. Note - held in Swedish.
Publication of scientific results and the way it is performed is constantly changing. From the beginning, the purpose of scientific publishing was to communicate who was first with a new idea or result. Today, published results can form the basis for evaluating quality, serve as a basis for policy discussions, appointments, funding allocations and so on.
At the seminar, we discuss several publication-related issues, such as “open access”, different funding models and expert evaluation of research and publications. What are the risks of questionable publishing? Is it only possible to connect to new publishers or is it also used by established publishers?
- Speakers: Gustaf Nelhans, Senior Lecturer in Library and Information Science, in a research area concerning research policy aspects of scientific publication, University of Borås, and Eva Hessman and Linda Hammarbäck, both Librarians at the Biomedical Library, University of Gothenburg
- Moderator: Elisabeth Jerlhag Holm, Professor, Department of Neuroscience and Physiology, University of Gothenburg.
Due to the increase in covid infection the seminar will be held digitally: https://gu-se.zoom.us/j/66990965970?pwd=L3U5cis3QzNoQm9KMUxXSGZMbVJwQT09( Passcode: 655087; Webinar ID: 669 9096 5970)
This seminar organized by the Council for Research Ethics, Sahlgrenska Academy and the Biomedical Library, University of Gothenburg.
Link to article on publishing ethics (published in Akademiliv): https://akademiliv.se/2021/11/78323/