Scientific output is evaluated according to the journal in which the scientific article was published and the citations that this has received. This section describes the most widely used international and national bibliometric indicators to evaluate scientific journals.
Publish and disseminate your research
How does the research publication process work? Do you know about copyright and editorial policies? Do you want to increase the dissemination of your scientific production? Take a look at the recommendations and services we offer!
We provide you with support throughout the research publication process as well as information about a range of aspects, such as what to take into account when writing and publishing an article, how to decide in which journals to publish, open-access publication, and intellectual property and copyright.
One of the most relevant aspects in the publishing stage are article processing charges (APC). Below you will find up-to-date information on the current agreements between the University and the different publishers. You may be able to apply for a reduction of the APC amount or publish in open access.
Consult the Library guides for further information to optimize your citation and bibliography management process, and you will also find a selection of systems to save websites of interest to you.
In the self-training space, we provide you with a selection of content and informative pages that will help you to learn the most important aspects of the publication and dissemination of research data and output.
When you publish, we recommend you bear the following questions in mind:
Depositing a scientific article in the O2 Repository UOC
Not sure how to deposit your publications in the institutional repository? We provide a link to a video and manual that explain everything you need to know:
The last few years have seen a growing interest in publishing research data in open access in order to support the transparency, visibility and impact of research, as well to guarantee that the data can be freely accessed, preserved, used and reproduced. You can find further information about the management and publication of research data:
We offer a selection of resources and services to find out, increase the visibility of and monitor the impact of your scientific output and research data. We also help you manage your digital identity on academic social media.
The use of social media at the UOC
What should you know before starting? What should the content be? How are the different social media managed?
Consult the various services offer to facilitate the publication and dissemination of your research.