Join us for a journal article publishing workshop
Please join us for a journal article publishing workshop on Tuesday, December 5th at 9:00 am in Stauffer Library, Room 014. The workshop will provide an overview of the journal publishing process, with a special focus on publishing Open Access in Taylor & Francis Journals. You will also have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of Christopher DeLuca, PhD, the Executive Editor for the journal Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice.
All are welcome. This will be of particular interest to faculty and graduate students in education and the humanities.
Introduction, 9:00am – 9:25am: Open Access at Queen’s
Queen’s University Library will open the workshop with an overview of the current Open Research / Open Access landscape, including the risks associated with the current, APC-driven, scholarly communication ecosystem. Speakers: Mark Swartz, Scholarly Publishing Librarian and Meaghan Shannon, Copyright Librarian
Session 1, 9:25 – 10:10am: The Basics of Publishing with Taylor & Francis and Effect of Copyright on Research Dissemination
A comprehensive overview of the publishing process, highlighting the key steps in an article’s journey from submission to acceptance. Session will also cover the essentials of copyright, not only in setting guidelines for authors but also in the broader dissemination of research. Speaker: Teresa Ward, Global Head of Portfolio, Taylor & Francis
Session 2, 10:20 – 10:50am: An Introduction to Open Access Publishing at Taylor & Francis
This session will provide vital information on the current state of OA and highlight the various paths authors can take to make their work open. Speaker: Seth Russell, Open Research Business Development Manager, Taylor & Francis
Session 3, 11—11:45am: The Peaks and Valleys of being an Executive Editor
Our final session will provide insight into the day-to-day responsibilities of an Executive Editor of a Taylor and Francis journal. Speaker: Christopher DeLuca, PHD Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs Professor, Faculty of Education, Executive Editor for Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice