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The current system of research and publication of results is not hardly efficient and fast. That's why scientists, software developers, designers and librarians come together to refine existing ones and create new tools and prototypes for science and research openness.
Nadiia Zubchenko, Deputy Director of Scientific Library of National University “Odessa Law Academy” attended one of these events - eLife Innovation Sprint 2019 in Cambridge, United Kingdom. After a tough pre-selection, Nadiia Zubchenko got a travel grant to attend the eLife Innovation Sprint 2019along with more than 50 participants from different countries. Nadiia was the only representative of Ukraine at the event and was able to present the ideas of academic integrity that are developed by Odessa Law School.
All participants were divided into several groups on previously submitted projects and, over the course of two days, developed prototypes of tools for scientists that in the future will improve the process of finding, processing resources and promoting open access. Nadiia Zubchenko, together with a researcher at the University of Oslo, worked to improve the platform for young scientists to raise awareness about grants, publications, other important aspects of scientific life. The next day Nadiia worked on mastering chatbot capabilities for scientific processes and created a prototype chatbot for Facebook Messenger and Telegram, which on response to message with ISSN, provides a user with a name of the journal. In future, it is planned to refine the chat bot so that it can provide advanced log information - source data, website, and indexing data.
This visit was a continuation of an active dialogue between the representatives of the scientific world of National University ‘Odessa Law Academy” and international scientific community, initiated by the President of National University ‘Odessa Law Academy”, academician Sergiy Kivalov since the founding of alma mater.