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Scientific Publishing: Writing a Publication

Publishing process

Reference: Karvonen E., Kortelainen T,. Saari J. (2014) Julkaise tai tuhoudu! Johdatus tieteelliseen viestintään.Tampere: Vastapaino.

References and guides

Belt P., Möttönen M., Härkönen J. (2011). Tips for writing scientific journal articles. University of Oulu, Industrial Engineering and Management, Working papers, no 5. Online publication: http://jultika.oulu.fi/Record/isbn978-951-42-9380-1

Hakkarainen K. (2014). Ohjeita kansainvälisen tieteellisen artikkelin kirjoittamiseksi. Käyttäytymistieteiden laitos, Helsingin yliopisto. http://www.academia.edu/10004128/Kai_Hakkarainen_2015_Ohjeita_kansainvälisen_tieteellisen_artikkelin_kirjoittamiseksi

Karvonen E., Kortelainen T,. Saari J. (2014) Julkaise tai tuhoudu! Johdatus tieteelliseen viestintään.Tampere: Vastapaino.

ORCID Researcher ID - ORCID Tutkijatunniste

The international ORCID identifier (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) will provide the researcher with a permanent and unique digital identifier. It’s a series of numbers that will distinguish you from other researchers. ORCID ID resolves confusion arising from name changes, researchers with the same name, or different ways of writing a person’s name. ORCID ID enables author's research outputs to be automatically linked to each other. ORCID ID will also reduce the need to enter the same personal and publication data into many different systems.

The author’s ORCID identifier will be automatically transferred into online reference databases when a publisher enters information about a published article. Many publishers and research funders already require the authors to have an ORCID ID. ORCID is a signature that can be used on everything from online publications to research data, websites, blogs and social media to CVs and emails. ORCID can also be linked to other researcher IDs e.g. Scopus ID and WoS Researcher ID.