Learn about publishing, copyright, author rights, open access to research, self-archiving, peer-review, and research metrics.
Fall 2013 Seminars
Copyright Essentials for the Graduate Researcher
Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 4-5pm, Graduate Commons, 2nd floor Lied Library
Focuses on aspects of copyright that graduate students may encounter in researching, writing, and organizing their theses and dissertations.
Predatory Journals vs. Quality Research Journals—Know the Difference!
Thursday, September 26, 2013, 5-6pm, Graduate Commons, 2nd floor Lied Library
Explicates the differences between predatory journals’ questionable research practices vs. reputable journals’ research and publishing standards.
Engaging Best Practices to Publish a Journ al Article
Friday, November 8-13, 9:30-11am, Goldfield Room, 3rd floor Lied Library
Graduate students will learn about: Where to find publishing opportunities, the essentials of making an article stand out, academic writing styles, manuscript components, the article submission and peer-review process, impact factors, tools to retain copyright and, the importance of open access to research.
Questions? Please contact Marianne Buehler, Urban Sustainability Librarian, Assistant Professor: email@example.com