Citation advantage for Open Access publications

Open access (OA) is free access to scientific information such as journal articles. The main argument for OA publishing is that the outcome of scientific studies should be available to the public, industries, third world countries etc. However, there is a more direct interest for the authors themselves. This blog…

An open access gateway for Wageningen research information to a professional audience

WUR Library is a gateway to open access research information and is located in the Forum building

Publications of researchers of Wageningen University & Research (WUR) are valuable for the green education chain and for professionals in the agribusiness. The library facilitates domain specific online gateways for information to this audience. With a gateway we place the Open Access (OA) WUR output in the spotlight. At the…

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Create more impact: dare to share your research data

In January 2016 the Advisory Council for Science, Technology and Innovation (AWTI), published the report ‘Durven delen’. (The English version ‘Dare to share’ followed in April.) So far, in Wageningen University & Research, the report got little attention. The AWTI gives an overview of the positive effects of sharing publications and…

Can Wageningen be FAIR?

By: Hugo Besemer · 9 May 2016
Category: Data management

Last March an article was published about the ‘FAIR principles’ for data management and stewardship[i]. Nowadays one can hear people say that Wageningen UR ’s data should be ‘FAIR’. We had a cup of coffee with the co-author of the article from Wageningen, Richard Finkers, to discuss what it would…