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Using digital tools to publish strategically for STEMM researchers

Researcher@Library

Dulcie Hollyock Room, Ground Floor Baillieu Library, University of Melbourne Parkville, Victoria 3010

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David Honeybone, Gerry Fahey, Patrick Condron (Liaison Librarians)

FOR UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE STAFF AND STUDENTS ONLY.

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Choosing how and where to publish your research is crucial to maximise the reach of your work. This session introduces key digital tools to help graduate research students and early career researchers in STEMM disciplines identify and evaluate publishing options. If you are a graduate researcher considering submitting your thesis by publication, it is important to use the right tools when selecting where to publish to ensure maximum exposure for the research when it is published and consider open access and copyright issues well in advance.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the session participants will have an understanding of:

  • Digital tools available to University of Melbourne authors
  • Using digital tools to assist with:
  1. Identifying and evaluating journals in your research field
  2. Identifying appropriate conferences
  3. Identifying ‘predatory publishers’
  • Authorship
  • Peer review process
  • PhD by publication – overview and case study
  • Open access issues
  1. ARC/NHMRC compliance via Minerva