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Demystifying the Scholarly Publishing Landscape Online

The scholarly publishing landscape has grown exponentially in size, scope and complexity within the last decade.  Since the number and type of publishing outlets have exploded, researchers now need to consider practical and ethical issues such as predatory journals, open access, preprints, publishing data and sponsor obligations when making publication decisions.  Further, these issues may be compounded by interdisciplinary research collaborations.  Presenters will provide an overview of the contemporary scholarly publishing landscape and the different components. They will also help researchers identify key questions to ask during different stages of the research process, highlight differences that may bear on interdisciplinary collaborative projects, and provide resources for more information and support.

In this workshop, participants will:

  • Learn about the different components of the scholarly publishing landscape and their importance in decision-making about publication.
  • Identify key issues and disciplinary differences for each component, and practical and ethical considerations for each.
  • Learn about resources available to support researchers effectively and efficiently navigate the landscape.


Patti Condon, PhD, Assistant Professor, Research Data Services, UNH Library
Eleta Exline, MSLIS, Associate Professor, Scholarly Communication, UNH Library
Emily Poworoznek, MLIS, Associate Professor, Engineering & Physical Sciences, UNH Library


Registration for this workshop is required.  Please register here.  Zoom info will be emailed to registrants the day before the workshop.

Wednesday, March 3, 2021
3:10pm - 4:30pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL: https://tba

Event Organizer

Patricia Condon
Emily Poworoznek
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Eleta Exline

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