You will not want to miss this opportunity to meet editors and reps from publishing houses Emerald, IEEE, Taylor & Francis, and more.
- Learn how to publish case studies
- Understand the publishing process from soup to nuts
- Find out how to become a peer reviewer and other publishing tricks
- Get advice from your colleagues who share what they’ve learned in the process
- Network with your colleagues and other academics in our community
Preliminary Schedule of Events
9:00 – 9:45 am
Continental Breakfast and Welcome sponsored by
10:45 – 11:00 am
Morning Break sponsored by
Noon – 1:15 pm
Lunch sponsored by
2:15 – 2:30 pm
How to Write and Publish a Case Study
This one-hour session covers what goes into a good case study as well as tips on how to write one, and then offers advice on requesting permissions and securing a publisher for your finished product.
Speaker: Scott Stewart, National Sales Manager – North America, Emerald Group Publishing
- Tips on how to select an appropriate IEEE periodical or conference, organize your manuscript, and work through peer view
- How successful IEEE authors structure quality work to improve their chances of being accepted
- How to avoid common mistakes that will prevent your manuscript from being accepted
- Insights into what editors look for in a submission and why editors and reviewers reject papers
- Strategies for using IEEE Xplore effectively for a literature review
Speaker: Jalyn Kelley, Client Services Manager, IEEE
A Crash Course into Open Access Publishing
This session will present a general overview of the current Open Access landscape, including a brief explanation of OA and the various mandates and funding options available. This session will also look at several author licensing options, tips for navigating the OA publishing process, and tips for identifying predatory OA journals.
Speaker: Stacy Sieck, Library Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis
Workflow Tools for Discovery, Citation and Publication
Come learn how Thomson Reuters partners with Nova Southeastern to support publication objectives by providing access to the citation indexes on the Web of Science as well as the ability to manage your reference library through EndNote. Please join us on January 28th to discover how to:
- Manage your publication identity with ResearcherID and ORCID
- How Web of Science integrates those unique author identifiers
- Use Journal Citation Reports to identify highly cited journals and their Impact Factor details.
- Use Endnote Match to identify target journals for manuscript submission
- Use Web of Science to assess the funding associated with published research for potential future opportunities