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8 February 2021

ALTERTOX, the ESTIV Corporate member, is organizing a Webinar on Scientometrics dedicated especially to young scientists.

Online 45 min Lunch talk on Scientometric in a dynamic and informal way with special guest Dr Georgina Harris, Journal Manager at Frontiers will discuss the following questions:
1. What is good science? how do you measure it?
2. What are the most common metrics?
3. Open science and plan S
4. Dark side of metrics
5. Predatory journals. How do you identify them?
6. Self-citation farm
7. How to choose the right journal when you are young researchers?

The conversation will be moderated by Altertox and questions will be taken from the audience.
https://lnkd.in/dtmzmZK

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