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  1. Researcher IDs

    In the competitive world of academia, it is important to be able to demonstrate the impact, influence and reach of your research. Researcher Identifiers enable you to …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/11/13/researcher-ids

  2. Cabell’s Blacklist – now available to University of Melbourne Staff and Students

    Cabell’s Blacklist is now available via Cabell’s Scholarly Analytics. The Blacklist is a searchable database of journals that have been flagged as possibly exhibiting fraudulent or …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/11/10/cabells-blacklist-now-available-to-university-of-melbourne-staff-and-students

  3. Avoiding Deceptive, Unethical, Predatory and Vanity Publishing

      Recently, there has been a growth in deceptive, unethical and predatory publishing practices occurring online. As victims, academics and their institutions, often experience financial and reputational damage …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/11/08/avoiding-deceptive-unethical-predatory-and-vanity-publishing

  4. Wiley Webinar Series: Peer Review and Publishing Ethics – next Thursday 9 November 2017 8.30pm

    Early career researchers face many challenges when it comes to learning how to publish. In the next session of “Wiley Learn to Publish” series, researchers, academics …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/11/03/wiley-webinar-series-peer-review-and-publishing-ethics-next-thursday-9-november-2017-8-30pm

  5. New LibGuides: Scholarly Publishing

      The library has just released the new section of the LibGuides on Scholarly Publishing. This guide is designed to support researchers to publish strategically and to  disseminate their research to …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/11/01/new-libguides-scholarly-publishing

  6. Getting published for the first time

    How should you approach writing your first research article? Once you’ve pressed submit, what happens next? What practical steps can you take to maximize the impact …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/10/20/getting-published-for-the-first-time

  7. Peer Review Week

      It’s Peer Review Week 2017. Some resources of interest from COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics), and LSE Impact Blog, and others. Revised COPE Ethical Guidelines for …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/09/14/peer-review-week

  8. Scholarly publishing under attack: Predatory publishers and author mills – Researcher@Library Week 2017

    In academia there is increasing pressure to publish. Predatory publishers and author mills target unsuspecting researchers. As part of the Researcher@Library Week 2017 program, this session …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/07/28/scholarly-publishing-under-attack-predatory-publishers-and-author-mills-researcherlibrary-week-2017

  9. Have you received emails regarding Journal Rankings and related topics?

    Library staff are interested in hearing from University of Melbourne researchers who have received emails from groups on the subject of journal rankings, and in particular asked …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/05/22/have-you-received-emails-regarding-journal-rankings-and-related-topics

  10. UpSkills: Public Access and Your Thesis

    Tuesday 16 May 2017, 1:00 – 2:00 pm The session will cover: overview of the new University policy on public access to graduate research theses; the …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/05/07/upskills-public-access-and-your-thesis

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