Online Coming - Getting Started with Publons and Publons Academy Workshop -Distance Registration- Amy Dye-Reeves
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URL link for the workshop : https://mediacast.ttu.edu/mediasite/mymediasite/presentations/8e00282e55bd44548da22875cffdf42e1d
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1. Each participant will articulate the capabilities and constraints of information developed through various creation processes;
2. Each participant understands the fit between an information product’s creation process and an information need
3. Each participant will articulate the purpose and distinguishing characteristics of copyright, fair use, open access, and the public domain
This session provides patrons with the opportunity to learn about using Publons and Publons Academy. Publons allows you to track your publications, citation metrics, peer review, and journal editing into one singular profile. All the publications can be instantly imported from Web of Science, ORCID, or a bibliographic reference manager (ex: Endnote or Mendeley). The user would be provided with trusted citation metrics from the Web of Science Core Collection. This allows the users to verify peer review and any related journal editing history from thousands of scholarly journals. Publon Academy provides modules for understanding the peer review process and connecting with the editors with relevant journals of interest.
Related LibGuide: Getting Started with Publons and Publons Academy by Amy Dye-Reeves
- Friday, April 3, 2020
- 10:00am - 11:00am
- University Library