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Commercial publishers and Open Access: know your rights!

Dates:
  • Wed 23 Oct 2019 13.30 - 15.00
  Add to Calendar 2019-10-23 13:30 2019-10-23 15:00 Europe/Paris Commercial publishers and Open Access: know your rights!

This course will show and present 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. The course will touch upon:
• I have published a Working Paper, and I would like to submit it for publishing as an article in a commercial journal. Can I do that? Should I pay?
• I would like to publish my thesis with a commercial publisher: can it still be Open Access on Cadmus?
• I want to publish a chapter of my thesis as an article in a traditional journal. How can I assure Open Access, of both the thesis and the article?
• How can I best use ORCID, as an identifier and a profile?

Seminar Room 1, Badia Fiesolana DD/MM/YYYY
  Seminar Room 1, Badia Fiesolana

This course will show and present 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. The course will touch upon:
• I have published a Working Paper, and I would like to submit it for publishing as an article in a commercial journal. Can I do that? Should I pay?
• I would like to publish my thesis with a commercial publisher: can it still be Open Access on Cadmus?
• I want to publish a chapter of my thesis as an article in a traditional journal. How can I assure Open Access, of both the thesis and the article?
• How can I best use ORCID, as an identifier and a profile?


Location:
Seminar Room 1, Badia Fiesolana

Affiliation:
Library

Type:
Seminar

Contact:
Lotta Svantesson - Send a mail

Speaker:
Lotta Svantesson
Monica Filomena Steletti (Library)
 
 

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