Senior adviser Stein Høydalsvik at the University Library at UIT – The Arctic University.
What is Open Science and why do we need it?
Can Open Access scholarly publishing deliver the same quality as traditional subscription-based journals do?
Today’s guest is Stein Høydalsvik, senior adviser for publishing and research support at the University Library at UIT – The Arctic University in Tromsø, Norway.
Høydalsvik also works with DataverseNO. DataverseNO is an archive service for open research data, owned by UiT The Arctic University of Norway and operated by the IT Department and the University Library at the same institution. The platform is based on the open source application Dataverse, which is developed at Harvard University.
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