Navigating the Research Enterprise Part II: Focus on Publishing
Fulfill partial RCR credit
Transparency in Publishing
This session will discuss transparency and related issues to integrity, tips for ensuring integrity, an overview of public access mandates and where Columbia researchers can go for help.
Copyright, Social Media and Publishing
Rina Elster Pantalony will discuss two distinct issues, the first being the use of social media platforms in conducting research, posting research results and published materials and the second, concerning recommended best practices in negotiating your publishing agreement.
Build Your Brand: Online Identity Building, Digital Networking, and Professional Development
Crafting, managing, and promoting a digital identity is a vital—if often misunderstood—element of 21st-century academic life. Nicky will discuss strategies for creating and nurturing such your digital professional self, including online profiles, social media, and the advantages of openly sharing scholarship online.
Publish Or Perish… But Don’t Be Prey
So a journal has asked to publish your work? Great! But wait… you don’t recognize any of the names, the website is down, and they’re asking you to pay a hefty “open access” fee. Don’t fall prey to predatory publishing practices! In this session, Nicky will provide some quick tips for evaluating the legitimacy and reputation of academic journals.
Data Resources in the Libraries
Overview of resources and services available through the libraries with an emphasis on data and data management.