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Open Science Drop-In sessions in ENG September 4-6

How can open science services benefit you?

Want to make your research more visible and boost your paper's citations?

  • Find out how you easily comply with your funders' and university's requirements about open access publishing and data management.
  • Get to know open access in practice, e.g. the local tools and services we provide you.
  • Learn how to write the data management plan (DMP).

 

Drop in any of the following sessions to explore and discuss your options in open access publishing and data management planning:

Places and time

  • Otakaari 4, 4 September at 10-12.30, room 401 and the lobby
  • Otakaari 4, 4 September, at 13.30-16, room 342 (Working café and lobby)
  • Rakentajanaukio 4, 5 September at 10-12, room 161a
  • Puumiehenkuja 5A, 6 September at 9.30-12, room 117a

 

Arranged by ENG Research and Innovation Services and data agents

Additional information: [email protected]

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