Authors can offer their publications to the publishers of professional and scientific journals and books as well as to publications intended for the general public. The quality of the channel and target audience must be taken into account when selecting the publishing channel. In addition, the emphasis in selecting the publishing channel should be on publications that comply with the data collection manual prepared by the Ministry of Education and Culture for universities of applied sciences.
Arene ry recommends that teachers and researchers prefer Open Access journals.
You can use the Oula-Finna database to find a suitable publishing channel. In the Search pull-down menu, you can browse a list of journals or search for a journal by name or subject.
The library website also contains field-specific data search guides that can be used to find a suitable publishing channel.
The ISBN code is used to identify books intended for public use. Identifiers as a part of metadata serve the publishing industry and library sector in their entirety and support identification, processing and availability of publications. The identifiers are used, for example, in publishing industry's ordering and distribution systems to speed up the identification of publications as well as international and domestic joint catalogues, bibliographies, library lending systems and information retrieval.
A separate ISBN code is assigned to each book, all of its publication forms and editions containing changes. The publication can take the form of a printed book or an audiovisual or electronic recording.
You can get the ISBN-code from email@example.com.
the Finnish Advisory Board on Research Integrity (TENK) has drawn up a recommendation for the use of
researchers working in Finland on agreeing authorship of research co-publications. The recommendation serves as a general guide and is intended to be taken into account alongside the established practices of the discipline in question.
Under FinELib consortium’s agreement with Elsevier, authors of Oamk can publish their articles open access without article processing charge (APC) in Elsevier hybrid journals eligible for the agreement. The agreement covers access to Science Direct Freedom Collection and a chance to publish a set amount of articles open access in the majority of Elsevier hybrid journals 1.1.2021–31.12.2023.
You may also have the right to publish articles open access without an APC fee in other hybrid journals outside of the above list if your organization has an agreement with Elsevier. Please contact your own library/information service for information of such journals (these journals are not included in the title list below).
The acceptance date of your article is between Jan 1, 2021 and Dec 31, 2023.
Your article has been peer-reviewed. Peer-review article types include: full length journal articles, review articles, short communications
case reports, short reviews (surveys), original software publications, data articles, micro-articles, protocols, replication studies and videos.
FinELib consortium’s agreement with Emerald offers authors an opportunity to publish their articles voucher under the CC BY-license with a free open access. This means that there is no article processing charge for the author. The vouchers can be used during the agreement term 1.1.2021–31.12.2023).