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
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Task 2 of Hunter Library’s “Get Published”series is posted here. This week’s task invites you to consider Open Access—a great way to make your work widely available to all researchers. The guide also introduces you to the various methods for Open Access publishing and clears up some of the misconceptions surrounding Open Access. http://researchguides.wcu.edu/getpublished/OA
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Monday, June 06, 2016
Follow Hunter Library’s series of do-it-yourself, self-paced tasks to:
· find places to publish your scholarly work, including open access venues,
· write queries to publishers,
· negotiate your rights as an author, and
· avoid “predatory” publishers.
Every week or so, there will be a new task, with accompanying information, to walk you through the process of getting published.
Start with Task #1, Find The Right Journal or Book Publisher for You.
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