Steps to Getting Published
Thinking about publishing? Whether you’ve published before or not, attend this workshop to get tips about the publishing ecosystem, plan your publishing timeline, and learn ways to share your work.
This workshop is aimed at graduate students. We will focus primarily on academic journal article publishing, with some mention of books.
You will learn about:
- Today’s publishing ecosystem, including traditional publishing and open access.
- What the publication timeline involves and what factors affect how long it takes to get published, plus plan for when you hope to be published based on those timeline factors and your field.
- How to select a journal or publisher by evaluating a publication to decide whether you want to pursue publication there.
- Options for sharing your publications and communicating about your research.
This workshop will include about an hour of content and activities led by Scholarly Communication Librarian Martha Stuit, with 20-30 minutes left at the end for questions and/or continued discussion.
Registration information coming soon.
This workshop will be followed by two sessions on copyright:
- CART Commons meeting - Wednesday, January 27, noon-1:05 p.m.
- “Copyright for Your Work and Using Others’ Work” - Thursday, February 4, noon-1 p.m.
Please register separately for either or both of those next workshops, plus others if interested, by going to the Library's workshops page and then to the individual sessions listed there.