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Register Now! UNIV 370: Navigating the Academic Publishing Process

Are you a Mason undergraduate student working on an original research, independent study, senior design or capstone project? Are you thinking about submitting your research for publication? Would you like to learn more about the publication process? UNIV 370: Navigating the Academic Publishing Process is the class for you!

UNIV 370-001: Navigating the Academic Publishing Process will focus on the publication process for journal articles.  Student researchers will learn:

  • Why sharing research is important;
  • How to research journals and identify one to submit their work to;
  • The peer review process;
  • The ethical issues related to publication and more.

By the end of this course, you will be able to identify and select approprate publication/presentation venues; prepare a publication proposal; prepare a paper for publication/presentation; survive the peer review process, and identify and avoid ethical issues related to publication and copyright.

Fall 2017:
UNIV 370-001: Navigating the Academic Publishing Process (0-1 credits)
CRN: 75756
Tuesdays, 3:00 – 4:15PM
1014A Fenwick Library

For more information contact the Instructor, Theresa Calcagno, MS, MLS, Research Librarian at tcalcagn@gmu.edu.

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Mary Byerley

Mary Byerley serves in the Office of Student Success and Academic Services for the School of Business at George Mason University.
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