Academic Publications (Part 1)

This training will introduce you to the principles of strategic publishing and help you make informed decisions about where and how to publish your research for a rewarding experience and growing research career.

  • Think – An awareness of selecting a journal to publish in and identifying the quality of a journal.
  • Check – Using your identifiers and maximising your impact.
  • Submit – Preparing to submit and being strategic during the process.
Event details: 

Date: Friday 26 May 2023
Time:  3-4:30pm AEST
Platform: Zoom

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Scott MacintyreScott Macintyre is an open scholarship specialist with 25+ years of experience in the tertiary and education sector. He is skilled in teaching and delivering workshops to both local and international attendees and provides training on publishing processes to academics and post-graduate students. Scott has also been successful in establishing Communities of Practice to discuss the ever-evolving and dynamic developments in the field of scholarly publishing and their implications on the tertiary education sector. He brings enthusiasm and strong communication skills to the training, consultation, and advocacy of his role in open scholarship with UQ Library.

Angela HannahAngela Hannah is an Outreach Librarian working with BEL/HASS faculties with 10 years of experience working in the tertiary and education sector. Her current role focuses on developing and maintaining partnerships with schools to plan how to best support them and their strategic and operational goals by connecting them with library services, resources, and library teams. This includes working with our specialist library teams in helping deliver training and workshops related to research across UQ in areas of scholarly publishing, metrics, copyright, and information and digital literacy. Angela has extensive experience in delivering high-quality teaching, engaging and inclusive workshops, and has been an active advocate for accessibility within the scholarly community at UQ.