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Responsible and open science trainings

Journal Guide -training

Thursday 30th of February 2024 at 10.30-11.00 Attend training Intranet (log in with TUNI account)

Are you wondering in which journal to publish your article?

Finding a suitable journal for your article can sometimes be challenging, a new tool, Journal Guide, will help you choose. With the Journal Guide you can check possible journals for publications, you can browse journals by topic and publisher, among other things. The library does not recommend specific journals and the decision is always the researchers in which journal the article is published.

After training:

  • You know what the Journal Guide is
  • You know how to use the Journal Guide tool when choosing a publication channel
  • You can find further help and know where to turn for help if you need it

The training will be held via Zoom on Tuesday 30.1. at 10.30–11.00. Get tips on searching in the Journal Guide.

Similar trainings will be held later in the spring.
 

Article-based dissertation – publishing & practices

Wednesday 7 February 2024 at 9.30-11.00 on Teams

Find link via the intranet presonnel trainings, or pre-register to receive the link by email.

The training is targeted at doctoral researchers working on an article-based dissertation.

After the training:

  • You know what steps are involved in the dissertation publication process at Tampere University.
  • You know why open access is essential in publishing a dissertation.
  • You have an understanding of the different options for open access publishing, as well as how copyright issues are related to these options.
  • You know what kind of support is available for open access publishing.
  • You can name some tools used in evaluating the reliability of a publication channel.

The instructors are open science specialists at Tampere University Library. The training will be held online via Teams, and it will not be recorded.

Available discounts and funding for OA publishing -training

Tuesday 20th of February 2024 at 9.15-10.00 Attend training available on the Intranet (log in with TUNI account)

The training is targeted at members of the higher education community who, in their work or studies, need information about the open access article processing charges. 

After the training:

  • You understand the different ways of open publishing and differences between them
  • You know how to use the agreements concluded by the Library on open access publishing and act according to the instructions
  • You know about other possible sources of funding for open access costs
  • You understand the benefit and importance of self-archiving as part of open science
  • You will find additional instructions and know where to ask for help if necessary

Trainers work as open access specialists at Tampere University Library. Training is an online training session in Zoom. Training will not be recorded. 

Self-archiving and TUNICRIS

Tuesday 26th of March 2024 at 10.15-10.45 Attend training (intranet) 

Target group and objectives of the training 

The training is aimed at researchers who have publications under an affiliation of the Tampere University. 

After the training, you will master the following: 

  • You understand the significance of self-archiving from the perspective of openness, visibility and long-term availability of research 
  • You know the roles of the publication archive and research information system in self-archiving 
  • You either know how to self-archive a publication yourself or where to send a publication to add it to TUNICRIS 
  • You can find further help and know where to turn for help if you need it 

The instructors are the library's open science experts. The training will take place on Teams and will not be recorded.
 

Evaluating the quality of publication channels

Tuesday 9 April 2024 at 13.00-14.00 on Teams

Please find link via the intranet presonnel trainings.

The training is aimed especially at doctoral researchers and for people with little experience in academic publishing, but it is open to everyone who is interested in the topic.

After the training

  • You will know what "predatory publishing" means and can identify its key characteristics;
  • You understand the background and implications of the phenomenon;
  • You know the key issues of responsible researcher evaluation;
  • You know how to use the features of the Cabells’ database to assess the quality of publication channels;
  • You understand the limitations of different databases and listings in assessing the quality of publication channels.

The instructors are open science specialists at Tampere University Library. The training will be held online via Teams, and it will not be recorded.

Research Council of Finland and Plan S compliant publication channels

Wednesday 10th of April 2024 at 14.15-15.00 Attend training on the Intranet (log in with TUNI account)

The training is targeted at members of the higher education community who work in Research Council of Finland's (formerly known as Academy of Finland) funded projects.

After the training: 

  • You understand Research Council of Finland's policy on open publishing and its impact on the choice of publication channel​
  • You know how to identify Plan S-compatible publication channels
  • You know how to choose the form of open publishing according to the guidelines of the Research Council of Finland
  • You know why and how self-archiving is done
  • You will find additional instructions and know where to ask for help if necessary

Trainers work as open access specialists at Tampere University Library. Training is an online training session in Zoom. Training will not be recorded. 

TUNICRIS-briefing

Thursday 18th of April 2024 at 10.15-11.00 Attend training (intranet) 

Target group and objectives of the training:

The training is aimed at researchers who have a personal profile in TUNICRIS, but it is not a necessary condition for participation in the training.

After the training, you will master the following: 

  • You know what a research information system is and what kind of data is maintained in the system 
  • You understand what the data in the system is still used for 
  • You are able to check, add or edit your TUNIRIS profile information if necessary 
  • You know the different ways to add publications to the system 
  • You can find further help and know where to turn for help if you need it

The instructors are the library's open science experts. The training will take place on Teams and will not be recorded.

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