Session F2: Submitting for Publication: Choosing a Journal and Styling Your Citations

Session F2: Submitting for Publication: Choosing a Journal and Styling Your Citations

Time:
10:15 AM

Presented by Jill Turner and Jennifer Bowen

Scholarship is a requirement for tenure and promotion. Authors frequently are at a loss as to where to submit their manuscript for publication. This session will introduce tools and tips to faculty for identifying potential journals to consider when publishing in their discipline. There are thousands of predatory journals; participants will learn what to look for and how to appraise journal legitimacy. Bibliographic citation management tools can help authors with manuscript preparation; they help streamline the in-text citation, footnote, end note, and bibliography creation process.

Session Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to select and use online bibliographic citation management tools for creating references during manuscript preparation.
  2. Participants will be able to research and evaluate potential journals for manuscript submission.
  3. Participants will be able to differentiate between legitimate open access journals and predatory journals when submitting a manuscript.

Audience: Faculty

Registration

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