Google Scholar is great, but did you know that the library also has specialized research databases for your discipline? In this session, we’ll explore subject-specific library resources and search strategies for using them.
Researcher identity consists of many components, including name, institutional affiliations, publications, and citations. Once researchers establish this identity, they can more easily track metrics and alt metrics.
In this session, participants will:
Choosing where to submit your journal can be a difficult process. Authors must consider many factors including journal aim and scope, audience reach, publication frequency, impact factor, indexing, and more. In addition, authors must understand their intellectual property rights and the IP policies of publishers.