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Resources for Academic Publishing

Geared to faculty who need support in their efforts towards scholarly publication


This guide was created to support the library modules of New York City College of Technology's Mid-Career Faculty Publication Program series sponsored by the Faculty Commons and facilitated by Associate Provost Brown. 

The three workshops are as follows:

Sept. 12, 2018: Introduction to the literature review, library refresher. Refresher on the library's website, how our library fits into the broader scheme of things and how to find and access resources beyond our library, introduction to Google Scholar including how to customize Google Scholar to link to library content. Avoiding predatory publishing.  

Dec. 3, 2018+ : One-on-one meetings to discuss the literature review and other participant needs. Overview on scholarly communications and how to find potential journals. Understanding scholarly communications and how to find high quality publishers: scholarly communications lifecycle, peer-review, finding and evaluating publishers and journals, bibliometrics, avoiding predatory publishing, and scaffolding your scholarship.

Feb. 6, 2019: The in-depth literature review. Intensive, hands-on, we'll dig deep into research and also learn how to use some of the more powerful features of Google Scholar and how CUNY Academic Works fits in. 

April 1 or 8th: One-on-one meetings related to finding and evaluating journals and publishers and other participant needs. 


Ursula C. Schwerin Library
New York City College of Technology
of the City University of New York
300 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Circulation: 718.260.5470
Reference: 718.260.5485

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