Weekly Highlights June 19 - June 26

Weekly Highlights June 19 - June 26

  • Scholarly Publishing (1-3)
  • Open Access and OER (4-5)
  • Copy Right and Fair Use (6)
  • Conferences and Events (7)

 

Scholarly Publishing and Research

  1. 68% of ‘transformative journals’ to be kicked out of Plan S scheme
    https://www.researchprofessionalnews.com/rr-news-europe-infrastructure-2023-6-68-of-transformative-journals-to-be-kicked-out-of-plan-s-scheme/
  2. UK-Dutch publishing giant announces partnership with Chinese publisher
    https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/uk-dutch-publishing-giant-announces-partnership-with-chinese-publisher-301854242.html
  3. Proud to have contributed to the Swedish declaration on Maximising the benefits of research data! 📜 Towards #openscience 💪 Swedish presidency highlights the role of #researchdata in boosting Europe's R&D performance | Science|Business https://t.co/qYLjzthEp9

    — Thomas Neidenmark (@thomasneiden) June 20, 2023

    Open Access and OER

  4. Open Access myth check: "Open access restricts the freedom to publish"
    https://av.tib.eu/media/62329

  5. ‘Transformative’ journals get booted for switching to open access too slowly
    https://www.science.org/content/article/transformative-journals-get-booted-switching-open-access-too-slowly


    Copy Right and Fair Use, Plagiarism

  6. Scientific fraud is rising, and automated systems won’t stop it. We need research detectives
    https://theconversation.com/scientific-fraud-is-rising-and-automated-systems-wont-stop-it-we-need-research-detectives-206235


    Conferences and events

  7. Funding Opportunities for Junior Researchers
    https://clariah.at/funding-opportunities-for-junior-researcher