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How to publish for impact

During the ‘Publish for Impact’ seminar on 27 October different aspects of publishing, visibility and impact – be it academic, societal, or economic, were highlighted. The importance of being open and complementary indicators and methods for measuring impact were also discussed. The importance of being open

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Open Access journal reviewed by kids

Watch how this panel of kids explains what criteria should be used when deciding whether a paper should or should not be accepted in the open access journal for kids, Frontiers for Young Minds.

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Open Access: Why?

The Open Access infographic explains why Open Access matters and what the benefits are for researchers. It also shows the increase in peer reviewed Open Access articles by TU Delft researchers over time.

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Nasa goes Open Access

NASA has announced that any published research funded by the space agency will now be available at no cost, launching a new public web portal that anybody can access. The free online archive comes in response to a new NASA policy, which requires that any NASA-funded research articles in peer-reviewed journals be publicly accessible within one year of publication.

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Upcoming events:

  • 8 January – Dies Natalis
  • 27-31 March – Open Education Week
  • 15 September – 10 years TU Delft OpenCourseWare
  • 23-27 October – Open Access Week
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