Thursday 23 November 2017 10:00am to 12:00pm
Graduate School

Attend this session for an update on the new developments in scholarly publishing with the focus on ethical publishing.  

This session offers a discussion on the most common problems authors face when they go through the publishing cycle:  from the moment they make a decision to write a paper to the moment the paper is published.  Enriched with case studies, this session will help you to better understand all aspects of  publishing ethics - including issues around co-authorship - and form the guiding principles of good publishing practice.  

Know your responsibilities and, more importantly, your rights!

Register early to avoid disappointment and remember, if you do not attend, not only are you missing out, but one of your peers is as well.  Please deregister if you are unable to attend.  


Other sessions from the Publishing Seminar Series:

How to Get Published - Information for those who have never published before 

Publishing Your Research Part I and Part II  

Predatory Publishing – what it is and how to avoid it 


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Career Focus: 
Knowledge Transfer and Strategy
Academic Development
Professional Skills
Research Skills