Tag Archives: Open access journal

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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Join us for a Creative Commons workshop!

    Friday, February 26th 2016   Lora Leligdon and Jen Green (librarians involved in Dartmouth College Library’s Open Dartmouth Working Group) will offer a workshop called: Creative Commons: Using it to share and find creative and educational works Creative Commons … Continue reading

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Grants, publishing, open access, and data management: How can the library help?

This week Librarians from Feldberg Business and Engineering Library (Jim Fries and Janifer Holt) and the Scholarly Communication Program (that’s us!–Barbara DeFelice and Jen Green) met with PhD students enrolled in Professor Brian Pogue’s ENGS 197. This is a workshop-style … Continue reading

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