Adventures in Publishing: Homewood Researchers Share Experiences with New Publishing Models

The panel will take place on:

Monday, March 26th
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Macksey Room, M-Level, Brody Learning Commons
Refreshments will be served. This event this is FREE; please register.

Hear stories from three seasoned scholars who’ve explored the opportunities afforded by new publishing models. Benefit from their trailblazing and learn about new publishing methods from people with experience. Topics include

  • Publishing in Open Access STEM journals
  • Starting an Open Access journal to address issues with traditional publishing
  • Using open sites to connect with the public intellectual

Our Presenters

Sarvenaz Sarabipour, Institute for Computational Medicine

Sarvenaz Sarabipour, Institute for Computational Medicine

Sarvenaz Sarabipour is a postdoc at the Institute for Computational Medicine, Whiting School of Engineering. She will discuss her experiences with Open Access journals as an author and an ambassador for eLife.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stephen Morgan, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor

Stephen Morgan, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor

Stephen Morgan is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, and the School of Education. He will discuss starting Sociological Science, an Open Access journal, to address issues with  peer review and efficiency at the traditional journals in that field.

 

 

 

Jeanne-Marie Jackson, Assistant Professor, African Literature

Jeanne-Marie Jackson, Assistant Professor, African Literature

Jeanne-Marie Jackson, Assistant Professor of African Literature with the English faculty at the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, will discuss how she has used open venues to engage with the public intellectual. The Conversation is a recent example of this kind of writing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robin Sinn, Coordinator, Office of Scholarly Communication, will moderate the discussion.

Event Details: Refreshments will be served. This event this is FREE; please register. Sponsored by the Office of Scholarly Communication and the Sheridan Libraries & Museums.

 

 

 

About Robin Sinn

Robin is the Scholarly Communications Specialist at Sheridan Libraries, JHU. Metrics, academic publishing, discovery, repositories, and Open Science interest her.

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