How do you get your first article published? Which route should you choose? What do people mean by Open Access? Why do authors need to think about copyright? This workshop will:
explore traditional and new routes to publishing and discuss some of the issues involved
explain what is meant by Open Access publishing and show how you can use OA tools to publish your research
Turn to P4 in the Informed Researcher booklet (you can download the booklet from here if you didn't pick up a copy) and rate yourself on the quiz.
Pick out three behaviours which you want to develop and make a note of them. The Informed Researcher booklet will give you ideas on how to develop these attributes.
There are several online communities which you can join to help you to start networking with professionals around the world. Join some of the networks listed below and explore some of the discussion groups within them
to open the Journal Citation Reports Database
Click on Select a Database and choose the Journal Citation Reports
Leave the defaults as Science edition and View a group of journals by subject category and click Submit
Select a subject category and choose to View Journal Data by Impact factor (use the drop down arrow)
If you'd like more detailed information on Research Impact, see our Research Impact Guide.
Open Access publishing provides online access to scholarly research which is:
Use the Library's Open Access webpages to:
Contact email@example.com for help and advice at any time.