- by Karin Groth (Hamburg State and University Library)You may have heard of the ORCID iD (Open Researcher and Contributor iD), but not really know what they are for and how to create an iD. The iD distinguishes you from other researchers and permanently and uniquely links your research results and activities to your iD.The Blogpost…See More
(language: German) "Licenses, contracts, rights of use ... - actually I only want to publish and not take a basic course in law." - You do not need to! In this lecture, Dr, Ina Kaulen, the library's lawyer, explains some basic concepts and typical copyright contract constellations for Open Access publications, which will help you to shed some light on the licensing jungle.See More
Annett Helm(in German)How to easily publish your thesis electronically: In this short coffee lecture, you will learn what you need to know and where to find more detailed information. It's all about the how, the where and when you should rather think about alternatives...See More
Isabella Meinecke(in German) Publications mediate scholarly knowledge. They represent the starting point of certified professional communication, and also support to establish a career within a scholarly community. The knowledge of publishing conditions and processes therefore supports successful publication, especially considering the demands of Open Access and Open Science.See More
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