Welcome & Keynote - Meta to the Madness
IGI - Unlock the Potential of Your Research: Benefits of Publishing Under Open Access
Elsevier - Navigating the Publishing Process for High-Quality Journals
Taylor and Francis - Flipping in the Humanities: A Look at Open Access in HSS Journals
Emerald Publishing - How to Write and Publish Your Teaching Case
SAGE - How to Write and Structure a Manuscript
NSU - How to Publish Your Thesis or Dissertation
NSU - NSUWorks: Managing Your Data
BioRender 101: Introduction
Clarivate - Utilizing Preprints to Increase Visibility, Expand Collaborations, and Trace Ideas from Early Findings Through to Published Research
IEEE - Insider View of Peer Review
|Meta to the Madness
|Do you have a scholarly publication plan? If not, then you should start one now! If you have one, how well does it align with your career goals and aspirations? If it is not aligned, then now is the time to build a meta plan to manage the madness. In this session, Provost Ron Chenail will suggest some simple ways you can strategically build your scholarly productivity output, so you not only make significant contributions to your field and discipline, but also enhance your promotion and career opportunities.
|IEEE Insider View of Peer Review
|New and experienced authors alike will benefit from this session's exploration of peer review, presented by Ruth Wolfish, Client Services Manager at IEEE. You will gain insight into why peer review is important, how it works, what reviewers are looking for when they evaluate an article, and how you can respond to reviewers' comments effectively. We'll also discuss how and why to become a reviewer yourself, including ideas to keep in mind as you conduct a review.
|Navigating the Publishing Process for High-quality Journals
|Come learn more about the publishing process from start to finish. Discover what things you should consider when choosing a journal, what the publishing team is looking for when assessing a paper, and learn more about peer review and editorial decisions.
|Utilizing Preprints to Increase Visibility, Expand Collaborations, and Trace Ideas from Early Findings Through to Published Research
|The Preprint Citation Index is a new database on the Web of Science platform linking preprints from leading disciplinary repositories to the trusted Web of Science ecosystem. It is an aggregated, standardized, standalone database used for staying current with novel research while maintaining confidence in the resources researchers rely on. We will explore how preprints benefit early career researchers, facilitate broader collaborations, support multidisciplinary literature discovery, and enhance researcher profiles.
|How to Write and Structure a Manuscript
|Join Jessica Lipowski from SAGE Publishing as she discusses how to write an academic article. She will provide essential guidance for anyone hoping to get published in a peer-reviewed academic journal, including how to write and structure your manuscript. She will also provide practical tips to improve your manuscript, as well as share advice on how to handle revisions and possible rejection.
|NSUWorks: Managing Your Data
|Please join us as we discuss NSUWorks as a resource for hosting faculty scholarship and research data. By utilizing an open-access repository for your data we can help you increase the visibility and impact of your research, help you meet grant requirements, and ensure the preservation of your data for future use and availability.
|Flipping in the Humanities: A Look at Open Access in HSS Journals
|This session explores some of the unique challenges Humanities and Social Science journals face in transitioning to Open. Learn how Taylor & Francis assesses which journals might be ready to “flip” while ensuring these titles continue to successfully serve their respective research communities.
|Unlock the Potential of Your Research: Benefits of Publishing Under Open Access
|The open access movement has been growing and permeating the academic community for many years. Often when discussing Open Access, more focus is placed on funding – the opportunities, where to find it, and the difficulties associated with capturing it. While funding is certainly an important topic within the Open Access movement, too often the actual sharing benefits of Open Access are being overlooked. What happens after a paper is published under an Open Access model? Just how much control do authors have over where their research is distributed? Do authors really have the power to influence indexing and metrics? Not only does this presentation address these questions, but we also share insights on the flexible options that many publishers offer to authors where research currently published behind paywalls can be easily and affordably converted to Open Access at any time.
|How to Publish Your Thesis or Dissertation
|Why put all that effort into your thesis or dissertation if it won't be publishable? Come learn from the NSU Writing and Communication Center how to manage the process to avoid things like writer’s block and predatory publishers, as well as best practices for composing texts that are both academically sound and commercially viable.
|How to Write and Publish Your Teaching Case
|This session will provide top tricks and tips for preparing a quality teaching case submission. Learn why teaching cases matter and the benefits of writing them, the qualities editors look for in a great teaching case, common reasons teaching cases get rejected, resources for writing, and upcoming publishing opportunities with Emerald.
|BioRender 101: Introduction
|Learn actionable tips and techniques for designing science figures for your posters, presentations, publications, and more. A brief introduction to BioRender is given followed by a live demonstration of the platform showcasing some basic as well as advanced capabilities of our tool while providing general practical tips on designing effective figures.