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“Publishing a Journal Article”

You may have heard the phrase “publish or perish” in relation to academia, but it can be difficult to know where to begin in the world of publishing. Kelvin Smith Library librarians have designed a series of events to help graduate students navigate the publishing lifecycle, from what an academic publication entails to how to submit a work for publication and then make sure your work has the broadest possible reach. 

The “What I Wish I Learned in Grad School About…” series will consist of the following sessions:

  • Feb. 16: “Publishing a Journal Article”
  • March 23: “Scholarly Communication”
  • April 12: “Publication Discoverability and Visibility”

Each session takes place in Kelvin Smith Library in the Freedman Center Collaboration Commons from 4 to 5 p.m. and focuses on an individual aspect of publishing. Students are invited to attend as many sessions as they would like to better understand this key component of the scholarly world. Snacks will be provided.

Register to attend.