- National and University Library in Zagreb
Alisa Martek holds both a Master’s and a Bachelor’s Degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Zagreb. Throughout her career, she has been working in various types of special libraries, a research library of Croatian Geological Survey and an archival library of the Croatian State Archive. She joined the National and University Library in Zagreb in October 2015 as library advisor for licensing e-resources. Since 2019, Alisa Martek was head of the Increasing the access to electronic sources of scientific and technical information – e-sources project (funded by the European Social Fund and the Croatian government), and successfully led the project to its completion at the end of 2021. Although its main mission is to secure access to e-resources, the publication of the first transformative agreements with Cambridge University Press in 2020, and IoP Publishing in 2021 is the project’s added value. From 2022 the Library is one of the partners at the Erasmus plus project Citizen-enhanced Open Science in Southeastern Europe Higher Education knowledge hubs – CeOS_SE.
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Citizen Science in Europe – challenges in conducting Citizen Science activities in cooperation with university and public libraries
Citizen science (CS) has many definitions but it is commonly known as collaboration between professional scientists and the rest of society (Ignat et al, 2018). Although there have been cases of its implementation in the past, the term became globally known in 2012 (Vohland et al, 2021). CS activites cover a wide range of academic […]