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Research Data & Scientific Publishing: Future Developments

Scientists of all disciplines are producing more and more research data. These form the basis for scholarly publications, whose quality is controlled by reviewers. Publications should be disseminated as widely as possible in order to maximize impact and allow others to build upon previous work. What are the challenges when dealing with datasets, how should they be stored and when should they be published? What do funders expect in terms of research data management and Open Data? How can universities and their libraries help? Which novel possibilities do Open Access journals offer regarding data sharing and peer review? These are big questions for researchers ranging from students to professors, for data scientists, librarians and many others. With the following presentations we hope to give at least some answers and invite you and your colleagues to join the discussion.

Introduction and Overview Christian Fuhrer, Main Library University of Zurich
OpenAIRE - Supporting Open Science in Europe André Hoffmann, Main Library University of Zurich and OpenAIREplus (EU FP7 Project)
Transparency in Data Sharing and Peer Review Eva Amsen, Outreach Director for the Open Access Journal F1000Research

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Monday, October 21, 2013
16:00 - 18:00

University of Zurich, Campus Irchel, Room Y 35 F 51
Winterthurerstrasse 190, 8057 Zürich

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