Category Archives: Scholarly publishing

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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Research Day posters – now even better!

How to Present Your Poster and Wow the Judges! On Wednesday, March 22 from 12 noon to 1 p.m., you can get feedback from experienced faculty on your Research Day poster and presentation.  In this session, you will learn what … Continue reading

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Research Day: Show Off Your Data!

Get ready GW Research Days with this workshop! Workshop: Do you need to create graphs for your poster? The workshop will teach you how to create Excel graphs, pie charts and tables to help display your data. Date: 03/07/2017 Time: … Continue reading

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RefWorks Legacy vs New RefWorks

Last summer, Himmelfarb Library began offering users the choice of RefWorks Legacy and a new version of RefWorks.  Himmelfarb Library continues to offer access to both RefWorks Legacy and RefWorks New and wanted to provide some information to help you differentiate these tools. … Continue reading

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Research Day: Abstract Deadline & Poster Design

Are you ready for research day? Don’t forget to submit your abstract!  The deadline is Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Sign up for a workshop to learn more about effective poster content and design: Workshop: An Overview of Effective Poster Content … Continue reading

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Publishing, Predatory and Promotion!

What are the steps involved in getting published? Can you identify a predatory publisher? How can you boost your researcher profile and expand the reach of your scholarly works? How can you make sure you’re complying with federal funder requirements? … Continue reading

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Is it a study – or a story?

Academic Medicine recently published an infographic describing how to write a more engaging research paper by approaching it as an opportunity to tell a story via the introduction, discussion, and conclusion. The infographic is explicit that the methods and results must remain accurate … Continue reading

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