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Dissertations, Open Access, and Publishing: What Grad Students Need to Know

Dissertations, Open Access, and Publishing: What Grad Students Need to Know

Date:
Thursday, October 28, 2021
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location:
Online
Categories:
Workshop  

Registration is required. There are 27 seats available.

What will happen with your dissertation or thesis once you’ve written it? Did you know that the University of California has a policy about making dissertations and theses openly available? This library workshop will help graduate students navigate the process of sharing and preserving their dissertations, as well as publishing. This workshop will be relevant for those who are graduating soon, and if you want to plan ahead then you may also find it helpful.

Register for this workshop, which will cover:

  • what options you have for your thesis or dissertation’s availability, 
  • what to know about the publishing platforms/systems that you'll use for your dissertation, 
  • how to form your scholarly profile, and
  • what publishing support is available to you for publication, such as turning your dissertation into an article.

Martha Stuit, Scholarly Communication Librarian, will teach this workshop.

This workshop will be virtual, and you will receive a Zoom link by email when you register.