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Tools and tips for academic authors: publishing Open Access and ORCID author identifier

Dates:
  • Wed 24 Oct 2018 13.30 - 15.00
  Add to Calendar 2018-10-24 13:30 2018-10-24 15:00 Europe/Paris Tools and tips for academic authors: publishing Open Access and ORCID author identifier

This course will show and present easy and useful tools to prepare your work for publishing. It will illustrate some practical advice on how to know your rights as an author. For example how to use the Sherpa-Romeo tool to know publishers’ copyright and open access policies.
It will touch upon cases such as:
• Can a text published as a Working Paper be submitted for publishing as an article in a commercial journal?
• Can a thesis chapter be published as an article in a traditional journal? Can you assure Open Access, of both the thesis and the article?
• Your PhD thesis will be published as a book with a commercial publisher: can the thesis still be Open Access on Cadmus?

We will also talk about ORCID iD, the Open Researcher and Contributor ID, and what the advantages are in successfully connecting your ORCID to EUI Cadmus, such as:
• Cadmus is an accredited and trusted source and contains controlled metadata
• Future submissions to Cadmus will be pushed to your ORCID record. No manual submission into ORCID is needed for publications that are included in Cadmus

Seminar Room 3, Badia Fiesolana DD/MM/YYYY
  Seminar Room 3, Badia Fiesolana

This course will show and present easy and useful tools to prepare your work for publishing. It will illustrate some practical advice on how to know your rights as an author. For example how to use the Sherpa-Romeo tool to know publishers’ copyright and open access policies.
It will touch upon cases such as:
• Can a text published as a Working Paper be submitted for publishing as an article in a commercial journal?
• Can a thesis chapter be published as an article in a traditional journal? Can you assure Open Access, of both the thesis and the article?
• Your PhD thesis will be published as a book with a commercial publisher: can the thesis still be Open Access on Cadmus?

We will also talk about ORCID iD, the Open Researcher and Contributor ID, and what the advantages are in successfully connecting your ORCID to EUI Cadmus, such as:
• Cadmus is an accredited and trusted source and contains controlled metadata
• Future submissions to Cadmus will be pushed to your ORCID record. No manual submission into ORCID is needed for publications that are included in Cadmus


Location:
Seminar Room 3, Badia Fiesolana

Affiliation:
Library

Type:
Seminar

Speaker:
Lotta Svantesson
Monica Filomena Steletti (Library)

Contact:
Monica Filomena Steletti (Library) - Send a mail
 
 

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