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Cameron Neylon on the open citations experiment

Cameron Neylon is an advocate for open access and Professor of Research Communications at the Centre for Culture and Technology at Curtin University. The Library & Scholarly Futures blog has published a guest post by Cameron where he comments on the open citations experiment. The experiment investigated new forms of research citation and measures that could offer more accurate and transparent methods of measuring research impact based on an open approach.

Read Cameron’s blog:

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I support the head of library and scholarly futures and focus on medium and long-term trends and initiatives to help UK libraries and universities remain at the forefront of digital innovation in learning, teaching and research. I also take a lead role for Jisc in the international Knowledge Exchange partnership, an international collaboration to improve open scholarship. I'm based in Jisc digital futures division - the focal point for innovation, research and development at Jisc.