Researchers can choose from tens of thousands of scholarly journals to disseminate their research results. It's not always easy to find out which ones are reliable.
- Think. Check. Submit is a checklist to help you identify trustworthy journals and publishers.
- Have (many of) your trusted peers published in …
The author accepted manuscript (AAM) refers to a specific version in the lifecycle of a scholarly publication, typically a journal article.
The AAM can often be legally made available in Open Access via Biblio (if necessary after an embargo). For that reason, it is important to be able to distinguish …
A Creative Commons licence is an open licence. These kinds of licences allow certain, globally recognised, standardised re-use of copyrighted material. It is a so called upfront licence. You don't have to ask for permission to access, share or use a protected work, the permission is granted automatically. …
Do you have questions on adding a publication list to an FWO project, exported from Biblio? Or on complying to requirements on research data management (RDM) and drafting a data management plan (DMP)?
We wrote some tips to help you in the process:
Preservation and sharing of data in a data repository
The preferred option for data preservation and sharing is to deposit data in an established, trustworthy research data repository. A data repository is an online platform that is used to:
- Publish completed datasets.
- Share datasets externally with different access levels and …
Having good visibility of scientific output, ensures greater reach and may lead to greater impact of your scientific work, on a scientific, social and economic level.
The roadmap below can be used as a guide to promote the visibility of your scientific research.
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