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How can open practices help you to get published?

Thursday 19 March 12:00 until 14:00
University of Sussex Library
Speaker: A workshop with Wiley publishers in partnership with the UK Reproducibility Network
Part of the series: University of Sussex Library Research Hive / Brighton & Sussex Research Integrity series

This interactive workshop with Wiley publishers and the UK Reproducibility Network will explore three important topics for researchers: authorship, feedback and your profile, showing how you can be successful when you adopt open research and publishing practices as part of what you do every day. We will be joined by Prof Pietro Ghezzi, RM Phillips Chair in Experimental Medicine and Prof Rachel Thomson, Professor of Childhood & Youth Studies.

Responsible Authorship - CRediT where credit is due

The workshop will explore how CRediT, an open standard of contributor roles, increases transparency on research outputs. It will also look at how you can correctly identify all your research and scholarly contributions by using your ORCiD unique identifier.

Transparency and Reproducibility

We will look at open practices including Registered Reports and Preprints that get you expert feedback early in your project.

Managing Your Profile

The workshop will cover what you need to know about amplifying your research and profile and achieving more by adopting open practices and open publishing.

Who should attend?

This workshop is perfect for you if you are an early career researcher or junior member of faculty who wants to learn more about open practices and publishing. Senior researchers and established mentors are also very welcome.

The active discussion and presentation is designed to inspire informed and robust choices when you conduct, publish, and share your research. You will leave the workshop with insights into how to publish successfully in an open world, how to use your time efficiently when you do that, and with information you can share with your peers, mentors, and mentees.

A sandwich lunch will be provided. Numbers are limited so please book to reserve your place.

By: Antony Walsh
Last updated: Wednesday, 12 February 2020