The NIH Library is pleased to host a special event that addresses challenges that authors, editors, and their supervisors face on the path to successful publication on an almost daily basis. The event begins with a panel discussion featuring experts in this area and concludes with a training session on how to identify a journal for publication. Register to attend in-person at the NIH Library (Training Room 1&2) or online via WebEx.
PANEL DISCUSSION, 10–11 a.m.
Publication Issues Challenging Authors Today
Gain new insights from our knowledgeable panel as they discuss: identifying questionable journals and conferences, working with preprints and preprint servers, enhancing journal article submission acceptance, and understanding open access publishing. Moderator: Cindy Clark, MSLS, NIH Library Editing Service Leader.
TRAINING SESSION, 11 a.m.–12 p.m.
Identifying Scientifically Sound Journals for Publication
Learn resources for narrowing down your choice of target journals and, especially, how to recognize questionable journals. Instructor: Cindy Clark.
In-person seating is first-come, first-seated, so arrive early. The webinar will be accessible to NIH and HHS staff, and to HHS Libraries Consortium members. Register online for in-person seating or the WebEx. (Please use your .gov email address when registering.) For more information, contact Cindy Clark at Cindy.Clark@nih.gov.
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