We looked inside some of the tweets by @PubMet and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Transparency in Research: a Cross Sectional Survey Across Scientific Disciplines by Mario Malički, University of Split School of Medicine
Evaluating the Quality of Legal Scholarship in Italy: Two Investigations on Peer Review by Ginevra Peruginelli, ITTIG-CNR, Italy
Day 2. #Pubmet2018
Until 2nd Day of the @PubMet Conference enjoy evening in Zadar!
Editor of the book is Ivana Hebrang Grgić, Croatian scientist and information specialist whose main interest is scholarly communication. She chose various authors that could provide the broadest possible insight into the state of openness in Croatian science and higher education.
NEXT: Book presentation: Otvorenost u znanosti i visokom obrazovanju (Openness in science and higher education) by Ivana Hebrang Grgić
"The new EU legal framework for protection of personal data allows, if conditions are met, reuse of personal data obtained for purposes different from research. Legal systems of Member States should adopt specific provisions clarifying obligations of data controllers." T. Katulić
Next: Impact of the new European framework of data protection on research and secondary use of personal data by Tihomir Katulić, University of Zagreb
An example of a Croatian repository: #Edutorij is a repository of digital educational content that enables the publication, access, storage and sharing of digital educational content created primarily by teachers and students of Croatian primary and secondary schools... #CARNET
Next: Open-access Repositories as a Precondition for the Development of Open Education by Jasminka Maravić, #CARNET
SPONSORS' BLOCK: Massimilano Carloni, @clarivate
SPONSORS' BLOCK: Pavel Synek (Regional Sales Manager) @EBSCO
Next: University Rankings and Institutional Affiliations: How can Librarians Help? #pubmet2018
A study of the OBRSS indicates that academic staff are quite passive in their involvement in policy-making in research support and research evaluation. Lai Ma, University College Dublin
Next: Lai Ma, University College Dublin; "Open Discussion Necessary: Reflections on a Study of the Output-Based Research Support Scheme in University College Dublin"
"Open Science is being heavily promoted by the European Commission and is aimed to be the new way for researchers to do science in Europe. BUT?! Yet the majority of researchers are not practising Open Science and are not even aware of what Open Science actually is". @gtoneill