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Research Librarian at Rudjer Boskovic Institute and Assistant Professor at the University of Zadar, Croatian NOAD

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Jadranka Stojanovski[F] is the research librarian at Rudjer Boskovic Institute and Assistant Professor at the University of Zadar, Department of Information Sciences. She has more than 20 years of professional experience in designing and creating information systems, scholarly publications management, open access, assessment of the research impact, and other main bibliometric issues. Previously, she worked as the library director at the Ruđer Bošković Institute. She has an educational background in science gained during MSc studies in Physics at University of Zagreb, as well as an interdisciplinary background in information sciences gained during PhD studies in Information and Communication Sciences at the University of Zagreb. She published more than 50 papers. She is actively engaged in the national projects Croatian Scientific Bibliography CROSBI, Who's Who in Science in Croatia, ŠESTAR - repository of scientific equipment, HRČAK repository of Croatian open access journals, DABAR – Digital Academic Archives and Repositories, and others. Dr Stojanovski actively participates in the projects concerning different aspects of scholarly communication, including the FP7 project OpenAIREplus, FOSTER, Horizon 2020 project OpenAIRE, TD COST Action TD1306 New Frontiers of Peer Review (PEERE) and CA COST Action CA15137 European Network for Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (ENRESSH). She has actively participated in many international and national conferencesand is very active in education activities through university teaching, various educational trainings, as well as training of librarians through the Center for continuing professional training of librarians. Her interests include open data and open publications management, open science within a broader context of ever-greater transparency, accessibility and accountability, new trends in scholarly publishing, ethical concerns in scholarly publishing, assessment of the research impact, and other main bibliometric and altmetric issues.
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