This workshop is a primer on scholarly publishing. Topics to be discussed include peer review, open access, predatory journals, and preprints. Join McGill Library’s Scholarly Communications Librarian as she provides an overview of today's publishing system, current trends and pitfalls. Please bring your questions! There will be time following the presentation for questions and discussion.
Understand the key concepts of scholarly publishing (journals, peer review, preprints);
Learn about open access and open access journals;
Discover basic tips for identifying predatory journals.
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Jessica Lange is the Scholarly Communications Librarian at McGill University. In this role, she provides services to the campus community in the areas of open access, publishing, author rights, and open educational resources. She also manages McGill's institutional repository eScholarship and its scholarly publishing program. Her research interests include scholarly publishing and editorial board management.
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