Are you a Mason undergraduate student working on an original research, independent study, senior design or capstone project? Are you thinking about submitting your research for publication? Would you like to learn more about the publication process? UNIV 370: Navigating the Academic Publishing Process is the class for you!
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
- identify and select appropriate publication/presentation venues
- prepare a publication proposal
- prepare a paper for publication/presentation
- survive the peer review process
- identify and avoid ethical issues related to publication and copyright
UNIV 370: Navigating the Academic Publishing Process details:
- When: Tuesdays, 3:00 – 4:15 PM
- Where: Fenwick Library, Rm 1014A
- Credits: 0 to 1 credits
- Theresa Calcagno, Research Librarian
- Claudia Holland, Scholarly Communication Librarian
Need more information? Contact Theresa Calcagno, tcalcagn at gmu.edu
George Mason University, through the University Libraries, provides financial support to Mason scholars and researchers who wish to publish their work in open access (OA) journals. Faculty, postdoctoral fellows and registered graduate students are eligible to apply to Mason’s Open Access Publishing Fund (OAPF) for assistance with article processing fees required by some OA journals.
Questions? Please contact Claudia Holland, chollan3 @gmu.edu for more information.
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