TU Delft Library


Seminar ‘Are you ready to publish? The importance of being open’

24 August 2017

TU Delft Library hosts a free seminar focused on the publishing proces.

Event date: 20 September 2017 13:30 to 17:00 
Location: Science Centre (
Mekelzaal), Mijnbouwstraat 120, Delft

A lot is involved when publishing an article. From choosing the audience, choosing a journal, dealing with reviewers, editors and publishers. And what about open access opportunities? You want to comply with the TU Delft requirements on Open Access but want to know how this will affect your academic impact at the same time. Representatives from the publishers world will also present their perspective. Learn more about what ‘Open’ can mean for you, how TU Delft supports and promotes Open Science.

Preliminary programme 


13.30   Arrival and coffee 


14.00   Opening and welcome
           
Chair: Dr Alenka Prinčič, Head of Research Support at TU Delft Library 


14.05   Research metrics and the open science development
            Dr. Thed van Leeuwen, senior researcher at the CWTS of Leiden University
 


14.40   Open Up to Opportunity: how to get your work discovered by choosing the right publisher            
            Dr. Laura M. Henderson, Editorial Program Manager,  Frontiers Media SA
 


15.15   Break 


15.30   Making an Impact with Open Science and Social Media
            Drs. Roy Meijer, Science Information Officer TU Delft
 


16.10   Taking Open Access to the Max
            
Dr. Frank van der Hoeven, Director of Research Faculty of Architecture TU Delft


16.50   Drinks 


Read more about the speakers and the entire programme (PDF)

Join us! 

The seminar is especially designed for starting authors and PhD candidates. Participating students can earn 0.5 credits by printing and taking the Course Attendance Form to the seminar.
Teachers and senior staff as well are welcome to attend. No fee,
just register here !
This seminar is organized by the Research Support team of TU Delft Library.
Contact us at 
researchsupport@tudelft.nl.

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