About this Event
This workshop is brought to you in partnership with the Chester Fritz Library as part of the School of Graduate Studies professional development workshop series.
Developing a publishing strategy early on will ensure you target the best journals and conferences in your discipline and maximize your research impact. In this workshop, you will compare traditional and open access publishing, use key resources to identify quality journals and conferences, and begin developing your publishing strategy. Methods for promoting your research, retaining your author rights, and developing your research profile will also be discussed.
By the end of the session students will:
• Identify journals to target
• Compare traditional and open-access publishing
• Establish ways to ensure your research output is correctly attributed
• Develop a preliminary plan to promote research through formal and informal channels
• Learn about transparency in research, including pre-registration of hypotheses and Open Science
Presented by Chester Fritz Librarians: Zeineb Yousef, Digital Initiatives Librarian & Brittany Fischer, Scholarly Communication Librarian
All graduate students are invited to participate.
Registration for this session is required.
Graduate Students, to RSVP: Click the "Register" button to obtain the zoom link to attend.