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PubMet 2014 Conference Programme

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Thursday, 18 September 2014, Scholarly Communication and Publishing (New Campus)

10.00 – 11.00 Registration and coffee time

11.00 – 11.30 Welcome address and opening

11.30 – 12.15 Publishing Trends

Ana Marušić (Univ Split, School of Medicine, HR). “Journal publishing practices: past, present and future”

12:15  14:00 Open Scholarship

Ivana Hebrang Grgić (Univ Zagreb, Fac Humanities and Social Sciences, HR).  “Open Access – was it really deus ex machina?

Nicolaie Constantinescu (Kosson Initiative, RO). “Online promises beyond the policies: What’s under the skin?”

Milan Ojsteršek and Janez Brezovnik (Univ Maribor, SI). The Legal, Technical and Organisational Viewpoints of Implementation of the Pilot Slovenian Open Access Infrastructure”

Marijana Glavica (Univ Zagreb, Fac Humanities and Social Sciences) and Alen Vodopijevec (Ruđer Bošković Inst. HR). “Guidelines and policies for Open Access to Research Data”

Radovan Vrana (Univ Zagreb, Fac Humanities and Social Sciences, HR). “Digital repositories – storefronts of science or archives of the forgotten?”

14.00 – 14.30 Coffee and lunch break

14.30 – 15.15 Innovations in the Scholarly Publishing

Elizabeth Wager (Sideview, UK). “Could peer-reviewed publications be more efficient?”

15.15 – 16.30 Publishing practices in different disciplines

Želimir Kurtanjek and Tamara Jurina (Univ Zagreb, Fac Food Technology & Biotechnology, HR). “Trends in biotechnology through publications in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Quarterly journal”

Zoran Velagic and Niko Cvjetkovic (J.J. Strossmayer, Fac Humanities and Social Sciences, HR). “Publishing Academic Paper in the Area of Health Care in Croatia”

Ivan Prskalo and Andreja Tominac (Univ Zagreb, Fac Teacher Education, HR). “Scholarly communication through the Croatian journal of Education”

Ivana Batarelo Kokić (Univ Split, Fac Humanities and Social Sciences, HR).“New Levels of Interactivity in eTextbooks: Considerations for Higher Education”

Petar Šajfar, Dorotea Kušt and Ana Rukavina (Univ Zagreb, Fac Law, HR). “Launching a student journal”

16.45 – 17.45 Panel Session (in Croatian)

Jadranka Stojanovski (Univ Zadar/R. Boskovic Institute). “Znanstveno izdavaštvo i metrika iz različitih perspektiva” / “Scholarly publishing and metrics from different perspectives.” (short introduction to the discussion)

18.00 – 20.00 Workshop I Franjo Pehar (Univ Zadar). Open Journal Systems (OJS) and Journal Usage Statistics

20.30 –       Conference reception at the University (chat, music, fun…)

 

 

Friday, 19 September 2014, Metrics and Assessment (Old Campus)

09.00 – 12.00 (Inter)national Evaluation Practices

Zdravko Lacković (Univ Zagreb, School of Medicine, HR). “Evolution of scientific standards in Croatian medicine”

Stojan Pečlin (Slovenian Research Agency, SI). “Evaluating and scoring research results – a case of the Slovenian Research Agency”

Kristian Vlahoviček (Univ Zagreb, Fac Mathematics, HR). “Croatian Scientific Landscape”

Miro Pušnik (Central Technical Library Ljubljana. SI). “The new role of academic libraries in the changed circumstances: Effective and comprehensive support for researchers”

Johannes Ferber (Elsevier, DE). “Research Information Systems: from the Institutional to the National Perspective”

Ivo Tokić (INA, HR) and Ksenija Tokic (Inst Tourism, HR). Evaluation of the journal based on bibliometric indicators : case study of a Croatian scientific touristic journal”

Iva Melinščak Zlodi (Univ Zagreb, Fac Humanities and Social Sciences, HR). “Two steps forward,one step back: promises and risks for bibliometrics in the humanities”

12.00 – 12.30 Coffee and lunch break

12.30 – 14.00 New Ways to Measure the Scholarly Impact

Rodrigo Costas (Leiden Univ, NL). “Opportunities and challenges in metrics for research assessment: the emergence of Altmetrics”

Max Haring (Springer, NL)“Alternative Journal Rankings and Article Level Statistics”

Dina Vrkić, Lea Škorić and Jelka Petrak (Univ Zagreb, School of Medicine, HR). “Can we talk about early impact indicator(s)? Altmetric(s) indicator(s) for the University of Zagreb, School of Medicine”

Srebrenka Letina and Maja Jokić (Institute for Social Research in Zagreb, HR). “Co-authorship ego networks of social scientists”

14.00 – 14.30 Conference round-up and closure

14.30 – 17.30 Workshop II Krešimir Zauder (Inst. Social Sciences “Ivo Pilar”, HR). “Data sources and methods in bibliometrics”

 

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