Scholarly Publishing—Choosing a Quality Journal for Publication

  • Registration Closed
  • Oct 30, 2018
  • 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • NIH Library Training Room | Online

Learn how to write compelling and concise research papers, understand the publishing lifecycle, and become familiar with issues surrounding copyright and plagiarism. The NIH Library offers a variety of classes to enhance your knowledge about scholarly communication and increase your chances of being published.

Session Description

Gain new insights from our knowledgeable panel as they discuss: identifying questionable journals and conferences, preprints and preprint servers, enhancing journal article submission acceptance, and open access publishing. In the second hour, we will provide training on Identifying Scientifically Sound Journals for Publication.

Guest Panelists

  • Christina N. Bennett, PhD, Associate Publisher, Ethics and Policy, The American Physiological Society

  • Erika Ginsburg, MA, Scientific Program Analyst for NCI and Managing Editor, NIH Fellows Editorial Board

  • Kathryn Partin, PhD, Senior Advisor for Research Integrity, NIH Office of Intramural Research

  • Moderator: Cindy Clark, MSLS, NIH Library Editing Service Leader

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. Please use your .gov email address when registering.

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