Science in Ukraine: on the way to openness

Access to Information — Webinar

Ukraine — May 29, 2024 @ 10:00am - 1:00pm GMT+02:00


Host Organization and Partners — Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, State Scientific and Technical Library of Ukraine, Clarivate company


During the webinar, it is planned to discuss the analysis of the state of Ukrainian science according to Web of Scienc and In Cites data, the impact of open access on science, the role of the National Electronic Scientific Information System “URIS” and the roadmap for its further development, the possibilities of the “URIS” system for reporting by higher education institutions education and scientific institutions.

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