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Jonathan Bull, Valparaiso UniversityFollow

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Brief Program Description

For undergraduate and graduate students aiming to transition into formalized researcher roles, learning the steps of the publication process can be difficult and unclear. Even with sound advice from mentor faculty members, learning academic publishing practices many times relies heavily on word-of-mouth and unwritten rules.

Using a modified version of content submission and peer-review options within the institutional repository, Valparaiso University’s Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources (CCLIR) formed partnerships to teach these emerging scholars about the steps in the publication and conference presentation processes by mimicking professional submission and revision practices online. Two specific examples of this new process will be discussed.

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http://scholar.valpo.edu

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Jul 29th, 2:00 PM Jul 29th, 2:45 PM

To Submit, Click Here: Teaching Novice Undergraduate and Graduate Researchers the Submission and Revision Steps of the Publication Process via the Institutional Repository

Rm 206, Liberal Arts Building

For undergraduate and graduate students aiming to transition into formalized researcher roles, learning the steps of the publication process can be difficult and unclear. Even with sound advice from mentor faculty members, learning academic publishing practices many times relies heavily on word-of-mouth and unwritten rules.

Using a modified version of content submission and peer-review options within the institutional repository, Valparaiso University’s Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources (CCLIR) formed partnerships to teach these emerging scholars about the steps in the publication and conference presentation processes by mimicking professional submission and revision practices online. Two specific examples of this new process will be discussed.

https://digitalcommons.brockport.edu/dcglug/2016/program/9