The landscape of scientific publishing has been shifting for a while but the remote research situations forced by COVID-19 brought many inadequacies of the current system into the limelight. Data management challenges, open access availability, wariness of predatory publishers, and an overwhelming abundance of information avenues make publishing research more difficult than ever before.
Join your colleagues across five geographically separate institutions to role-play case studies in small group discussions to examine our choices as content creators and the value we assign to journals according to their various attributes and our own career situations.
Please register to receive the Zoom link for this free session!
Tuesday, April 20, 2021, 11:00am-12:00pm (Central time)
This workshop is facilitated by:
- Roxanne Bogucka, University of Texas at Austin, email@example.com
- Khue Duong, California State University–Long Beach, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jessica Martinez, University of Idaho, email@example.com
- Kelee Pacion, Princeton University–firstname.lastname@example.org
- Melanie Radik, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, email@example.com