What follows from signing DORA?

Kenneth Ruud, Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research at UIT – The Arctic University of Norway.

In this episode, we try to explain what The Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) is, and what happens after you have signed the declaration?

The guest of this episode is Kenneth Ruud. He is a professor of theoretical chemistry. He is also Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research at UIT – The Arctic University of Norway.

Ruud gives us an insight into how this declaration will change his organization and what challenges they are facing.

Who has signed?

UiT was one of the first institutions to sign the declaration. 743 organizations and 13184 have signed it as of December 2018, and you can find everyone here.

You can find the full declaration here.

You can follow Ruud on Twitter here, or view his pages on Publon or  ORCID.

 

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