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Inside the 2017 Northeast Student Publishing Conference, by Kevin Patrick Warstadt

This post was written by Kevin Patrick Warstadt, MALS’17 and the 2017 Edward Connery Lathem ’51 Digital Program Fellow.  He offers his inside view of a dynamic and unique conference focused on developing skills and knowledge for students involved in … Continue reading

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Where should I publish?: thinking about your audience

Although we’re not in the business of telling authors where they should publish their work (this is a very personal choice), we do help authors surface some of the issues to consider and direct them towards resources that might help them determine the right publisher. We … Continue reading

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Publishers starting to require ORCID

If you haven’t heard of an ORCID iD, you might soon. ORCID creates and maintains a registry of unique identifiers for researchers, and they announced this week that a group of seven publishers will begin requiring authors to use an ORCID … Continue reading

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