Thursday | April 7, 2016 | Noon – 1:30 PM
Research Commons | 3rd Floor 18th Avenue Library | 175 West 18th Ave.
Lunch provided, please register for this event.
Join us for an informal presentation and discussion about the alarming increase of predatory publishing and other scams. This session will focus on the quality and integrity of the publishing process, responsible editorial policies, transparency & ethical manuscript review, and things authors should look out for when assessing a journal. Presenters will share resources on both the potentials and pitfalls of open access publishing and where to go for additional information when it comes time to publish your research. This session is open to all members of the university community, i.e., faculty, postdocs, and graduate students. Learn more about this topic.
Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, PhD
Vice President, Strategic Alliances | Global Academic Relations | Elsevier
Adjunct Senior Instructor, School of Professional Studies | Philanthropy and Nonprofit Organizations | Northwestern University
Editor-in-Chief, AWIS Magazine | Association for Women in Science
Founding President | National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP)
Digital Publishing Librarian, Associate Professor, Collection & Technical Services
Jennifer Yucel, PhD
Research Integrity Officer & Director Office of Research Compliance
Caroline Wagner, PhD
Chair, University Senate Research Committee, Wolf Chair in International Affairs, John Glenn College of Public Affairs
Vladimir Kogan, PhD
Assistant Professor, Political Science, College of Arts & Sciences
Jan Neiger, PhD
Assistant Vice Provost, Office of Academic Affairs
This session is cosponsored by the Faculty Senate University Research Committee, University Libraries, and the Office of Research.