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Mastering the Publication Process to Promote Your Scientific Career (505)
12th March 2019
|Lang||Workshop language is English|
Thomas Henkel, Laure Mellifluo
The adage "publish or perish" is no longer up to date. The explosion in the number of scientific publications leads to difficulties in finding relevant information and problems in the visibility of publications written by young researchers. New modes of publication of scientific information are on the rise.
Researchers today need to select different strategies for their professional careers, the position of their laboratory and/or institution, scientific ethics; elements that are sometimes contradictory.
This workshop seeks to open the question of new modes of publication on digital media, in term of writing modalities, but also in term of new scientific and business models. What is possible today? Where are the limits?
The workshop will help the doctoral candidate to ask the right questions about publications, in order to make conscious choices that correspond to his/her personal goals.
At the end of the seminar participants
Pedagogical methods and logistics
We will alternate theoretical discussion with the practical use of different tools. Participants will apply concepts we discuss to their publication in progress. We will address Open Scientific Information in a group game.
Participants will need to bring their own laptop configured with Wifi access for "Eduroam" and a VPN link already installed.
The participant should
Doctoral candidates in Humanities and Social Sciences, Exact, Natural and Life Sciences who meet the above prerequisites.
University of Fribourg
Date: Tuesday 12th March 2019
Schedule: 9:30 to 17:30
Location: University of Fribourg
Thomas Henkel holds a "Licence en lettres" and is responsible for information literacy instruction at University of Fribourg. He is a founding member and president of the Swiss universities' "Information Literacy" working group.
Laure Mellifluo is coordinator for public services and user training at the University of Geneva Library. She is specialized in information literacy teaching.
Participants are eligible for reimbursement of incurred travel expenses by train between the city of their university and the location of the workshop (half-fare card, 2nd class).