Further reading and other material
Open science – general principles, guidelines and services
- Besançon, L., Peiffer-Smadja, N., Segalas, C. et al. 2021. Open science saves lives: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic. BMC Med Res Methodol 21(117).
- European Commission. Open Science.
- FOSTER Open Science. The Open Science Training Handbook: Glossary. Basic concepts of open science.
- Masuzzo, P. & Martens, L. 2017. Do you speak open science? Resources and tips to learn the language. PeerJ Preprints 5.
- Morais, R., saenen, B., Garbuglia, F. Berghmans, S. & Gaillard, V. 2021. From principles to practices: Open Science at Europe’s universities. 2020-2021 EUA Open Science Survey results. European University Association.
- Pontika, N. 2015. Open Access: What’s in it for me as an early career researcher? Journal of Science Communication 14(4).
- Pontika, N. 2017. Open Science: tools and platforms.
- Research.fi. Search for information on research in Finland.
- UNESCO. 2021. UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science.
- ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics. Open Science Tools Catalogue.
- Coordination for Open Science, Publication Forum, The Committee for Public Information (TJNK), and Finnish National Board on Research Integrity (TENK). Responsible Research – Promoting responsible research at the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies. Publications, news and events.
- ORION. 20.8.2020. Know your research rights: The legal perspective on copyright and open science (52:34). The ORION Open Science Podcast.
- Duke, M. 2012. How to Write a Lay Summary. DCC How-to Guides. Edinburgh: DCC.
- European Citizen Science Association (ECSA). 2015. 10 principles of citizen science.
- INVOLVE. Plain English Summaries.
- UK Environmental Observation Framework (UKEOF). The principles of planning, collecting and using citizen science data.
- Zooniverse. The Zooniverse is the world’s largest and most popular platform for people-powered research.
Open access publishing
- Coalition for responsible sharing.
- Elsevier. 2021. Sharing and promoting your article. Elsevier guidance.
- Open APC. The Open APC initiative releases data sets on fees paid for Open Access journal articles by universities and research institutions.
- Springer Publishing. 2018. Self-Archiving & Sharing Policies. Springer Publishing guidance.
- Taylor & Francis. 2021. Sharing versions of journal articles – Author Services. Taylor & Francis guidance.
- Wiley. 2021. Wiley Article Sharing Guidelines – Wiley Author Services. Wiley guidance.
- Aponte, J. 2018. Predatory Publishing and Organizers: What Scholars in Academia Need to Know. Hispanic Health Care International, 16(2), 54–55.
- Björk, B.-C. et al. 2020. How Frequently Are Articles in Predatory Open Access Journals Cited. Publications 8(2), 17–.
- Brainard, J. 2020. Articles in “predatory” journals receive few or no citations. Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science) 367(6474), 129–.
- Cortegiani, S. & Shafer, S. 2018. “Think. Check. Submit.” to avoid predatory publishing. Critical Care (London, England), 22(1), 300–300.
- Kearney, M. 2015. Predatory Publishing: What Authors Need to Know. Research in Nursing & Health, 38(1), 1–3.
- Universität Innsbruck. 2020. Predatory publishing: A call for open peer review (6:18). Youtube.
- Xia, J. et al. 2015. Who publishes in “predatory” journals? Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(7), 1406–1417.
- Yucha, C. 2015. Predatory Publishing: What Authors, Reviewers, and Editors Need to Know. Biological Research for Nursing, 17(1), 5–7.
Open peer review
- Association of College and Research Libraries. 2020. Open Peer Review Considerations for Authors and Publishers (1:06:23). Youtube.
- Dobusch, H. & Heimstädt, M. 2019. Predatory publishing in management research: A call for open peer review. Management Learning, 50(5), 607–619.
- Ross-Hellauer, T. 2017. What is open peer review? A systematic review. F1000 Research, 6, 588–588.
- Ross-Hellauer, T. et al. 2017. Survey on open peer review: Attitudes and experience amongst editors, authors and reviewers. PloS One, 12(12), e0189311–e0189311.
- Wolfram, D. et al. 2020. Open peer review: promoting transparency in open science. Scientometrics, 125, 1033-1051.
- Bonaretti, S. 2020. How to choose a license for open scientific data and code? (9:34). Youtube.
- CESSDA ERIC. 2020. Data Management Expert Guide. Guide for social science researchers who are in an early stage of practising research data management.
- Digital Curation Centre (DCC). Disciplinary metadata. Search metadata standards by discipline.
- Finnish Committee for Research Data (FCRD). 2018. Tracing data: Data citation roadmap for Finland.
- Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD). Data Management Guidelines. Detailed advice on preparing a data management plan, guidelines on informing research participants about the processing of their personal data, and practical tips on anonymising both quantitative and qualitative research data.
- Fuchs, S. & Kuusiniemi, M.E. 2018. Making a research project understandable – Guide for data documentation.
- Office of Scholarly Communication, Cambridge. 2020. Open data (11:08). Youtube.
- OpenAIRE. Guiding you in Open Science. Guides for OpenAIRE services.
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