So you’ve spent a lot of time researching, writing, and publishing your scholarship. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone read it? The final task of Hunter Library's Get Published series focuses on posting your work to the institutional repository (NC DOCKS), which is as easy as sending an email, and the various methods for promoting your work.
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Monday, July 11, 2016
When your submission is accepted for publication, there are two things to do right away: 1) Celebrate! 2) Negotiate your rights as the author. Task 5 will help you work with your publisher to retain your author rights. The guide will explain why this is important and will provide specific instructions (and a sample form) for adding a copyright addendum to your contract.
Wednesday, July 06, 2016
Now that you have some potential publishing venues, it’s time to prepare your manuscript or proposal for submission. This task will walk you through your options for managing and organizing your citations and help you write for persnickety peer reviewers.
Tuesday, July 05, 2016
Monday, June 20, 2016
The third task in Hunter Library's scholarly publishing series will help you identify and avoid so-called "predatory" or "bad faith" publishers. http://researchguides.wcu.edu/getpublished/avoidpredatorypublishers http://researchguides.wcu.edu/getpublished/avoidpredatorypublishers