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You're writing or have finished your dissertation...what's next? Should you embargo? Put it on ProQuest? Should you formally register for copyright? Should you use a Creative Commons license? What about the future? Are you planning on publishing based on your dissertation? This workshop will cover these issues and more, discussing your scholarship now and in the future.

You will learn about your rights as an author and how to protect them, things to take into consideration as you prepare for subsequent publication, and general tips and tricks for publishing and sharing your work. There will be ample time for Q&A., so bring your questions! 

Presented by Deborah Stewart, Head, Penn Museum Library, Rebecca Stuhr, Director, Academic Engagment, and Christine E. Weller, Assistant General Counsel  and Copyright Advisor.

This workshop is co-sponsored by The Grad Center at Penn

Spring 2021 Publishing Workshops
This workshop is part of a series  hosted by the Libraries in collaboration with the Grad Center at Penn. Each workshop focuses on an element of the publishing process. From February to April, tune in to live virtual sessions covering citation management, impact metrics, promoting your work, selecting the right publishing venue, fair use, and more. Find the full suite of publishing workshops online and register to attend.

You may also want to review our Services for Authors guide.

Registration is required. There are 23 seats available.

Related LibGuide: Services for Authors at the Penn Libraries by Rebecca Stuhr

Date:
Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Time:
11:00am - 12:00pm
Categories:
Productivity, Support for Publishing

Event Organizer

Deb Stewart
Christine E. Weller
Rebecca Stuhr