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Research impact and visibility: OA publications (metrics)

Responsible metrics and openness

The Tampere higher education community systematically follows up on and evaluates the progress and impact of open science and research:

 

As a signatory of the international DORA Declaration (San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment), the University is committed to improving the ways in which the output of scientific research is evaluated in order to make such assessments more open and transparent.


Tampere University Library support openness in the research activity and offers training and guidance on using the different measurement methods, bibliometrics, altmetrics and datametrics.

Benefits for researcher

Open access research publications usually achieve more citations compared to be published in traditional journals. Also OA publications get more media coverage and visibility as they are freely accessible and may affect to career advancement .

What can researcher do?

  1. Post free copies of previously published articles in a public repository.

  2. Publish in open access venues.

  3. Publicly share materials and data via a trusted repository.

Source: Point of View: How open science helps researchers succeed

See also:

Open Access theses at Tampere Universities

 

Proportion of Open Access theses at Tampere University and Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK).


Source: Trepo, Theseus. 3/2020

Open Access publications at Tampere University

* Figures for 2019 are not final.

Source: Tampere University's research information systems TUTCRIS and SoleCRIS. 3/2020

Proportion of Open Access publications at Tampere University (peer reviewed publications, publication types A & C in the Ministry of Education classification). Self-archived publications here mean publications that are self-archived in Tampere University's institutional repositories, but are not published in open access channels. Information about different types of Open Access is available in our Open Access guide.


* Figures for 2019 are not final.

Proportion of Open Access publications at Tampere University (publication types  A-E in the Ministry of Education classification). Self-archived publications here mean publications that are self-archived in Tampere University's institutional repositories, but are not published in open access channels. Information about different types of Open Access is available in our Open Access guide.

* Figures for 2019 are not final.

Proportion of self-archived publications.

Source: Tampere University's research information systems TUTCRIS and SoleCRIS. 3/2020

International co-publications in Tampere University

Source: Tampere University's research information systems TUTCRIS and SoleCRIS. 10/2019

Publication languages in Tampere University

Source: Tampere University's research information systems TUTCRIS and SoleCRIS. 10/2019