Category Archives: Scholarly publishing

Revamp Your Teaching with Open-Source Modules

How do you teach?  If you’re interested in adding innovation to your instruction, check out online modules made available by GW faculty! Online teaching materials and modules serve as  great teaching tools in medical education.  GW’s SMHS and CNHS faculty … Continue reading

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NEW! Scopus Links to Datasets!

Need datasets?  Scopus now provides dataset links in its articles.  By opening the Scopus Document details page, you can find links to relevant datasets to the right of the article information under a sidebar called “Related Research Data” when available … Continue reading

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Is your research making a difference?

Is your research making a difference? What’s the impact of your work? How can you get the word out about your research? Promoting Your Research: Tips and Strategies will help you learn more about creating a professional web presence and … Continue reading

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How to write a successful article abstract?

A well-organized abstract is key to getting your paper accepted for publication.  Attend this session of Himmelfarb Library‘s series Updates in Scholarly Communication: Publishing, Impact, and Visibility.  During the session, panel participants will share strategies and tips for writing an … Continue reading

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Promote and archive your Research Day poster!

You put all that hard work into preparing and presenting your poster at Research Days….don’t let it sit in a closet! Archive a digital copy in  Himmelfarb Library’s Health Sciences Research Commons and make it available to the  global community of scholars. … Continue reading

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Predatory Publishing: What You Don’t Know, Can Hurt You!

Predatory publishing is a growing problem for faculty, researchers, and librarians. Predatory publishers may appear legitimate at first glance, promising quick peer review and name recognition, but in fact have little or no editorial control or peer review, and ultimately, … Continue reading

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NIH Public Access Policy: What You Need to Know

Himmelfarb Library’s spring series, Updates in Scholarly Communications: Publishing, Impact, and Visibility, will sponsor a session on the NIH Public Access policy. Compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy: What You Need to Know is essential viewing for recipients of … Continue reading

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