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Comment on the proposals for amendments to the classification levels in the JUFO Publication Forum by 31 August

The Expert Panels of the Publication Forum have made initial proposals for amendments to the current publication channel classification on levels 2 and 3.

The proposals for amendments are available for viewing and comments by the scientific community in the Publication Forum portal and on the Publication Forum website.

Any comments saved by 31 August 2018 at the latest will be taken into consideration when finalising the classification. The Panels will finalise the classification during September and October, and the new classification will be valid in 2019-2022.

Read more: http://www.julkaisufoorumi.fi/fi/arkisto/tiedotteet/comment-proposals-amendments-classification-levels-jufo-publication-forum 

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