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Thursday, March 30, 2017, Room 310, Silverman Library, Capen Hall

This workshop for early-career faculty aims to demystify academic publishing, providing insights and advice from journal editors, authors, book publishers, and librarians on a range of topics including getting published, peer review, the editorial process, copyright, fair use, and more. A light lunch is also included.

The workshop is free. Registration is required. Please follow the links below to register for each workshop session individually. You are welcome to attend one or both sessions.


Time Session/Description
12:30 to 1pm Check-in and light lunch/networking
1 to 2:30pm

Session 1: Advice for New Academic Authors from Publishers and Editors

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In this panel session, UB faculty journal editors will be joined by a seasoned publishing professional to discuss their experiences and answer your questions about how to get published.
Please Note: This session has been moved to Room 107, Honors College, Capen Hall.

Moderator:
  • Jessica Clemons, Associate University Librarian for Research, Education and Outreach, University Libraries
Presenters:
  • Frank Smith
    Director, Books at JSTOR, ITHAKA
  • Michael Glick
    Editor, The Journal of the American Dental Association, Professor and William M. Feagans Chair, Department of Oral Diagnostic Sciences, School of Dental Medicine
  • Corrie Stone-Johnson
    Associate Editor, Leadership and Policy in Schools, and Associate Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy, Graduate School of Education
2:30 to 3pm Coffee break
3 to 4:30pm

Session 2: Copyright and Fair Use for Faculty

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This session will provide an overview of copyright and fair use as they apply to faculty as authors and teachers, with time to discuss specific questions and scenarios from attendees.

Presenters:
  • Karlen Chase
    Digital Scholarship Specialist, University Libraries