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So You Want to Publish? Here's How I Did It

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
2:30PM--4:00PM EDT
Zoom
REGISTER: https://theias.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYud--urTgoGNNuWPT1MVC2jDIjQDjFOKvV

Three librarians, with expertise spanning multiple disciplines, discuss publishing original Library and Information Science research, from the challenges facing authors today, to the future trends in the field.

Topics will include

  • Demystifying the process of publishing while still working as a front line librarian
  • Exploring the individual research journeys of the panelists; how they reached their research areas and the topics that excite them
  • Deepening the areas of conversation within the profession, and discussing how SLA members can contribute
  • Celebrating the challenges and successes in creating a thematically unified body of work

Panelists

  • Kate Adler, Director of Library Services, Metropolitan College of New York, New York City, New York
  • Jonathan Sauceda, Music and Performing Arts Librarian and interim Librarian for Spanish/Portuguese, Latinx, and Latin American Studies at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, New Jersey
  • Tony Stankus, Distinguished Professor, Science Coordinator, Life Sciences Librarian, University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, Arkansas

Moderator and Organizer: Emma C. Moore, Librarian for Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Institute for Advanced Study; Vice President and Program Chair, SLA - New Jersey - emoore@ias.edu