Raising the Visibility of your Scholarship: Preprint Platforms and Academic Sharing Sites
Sharing your work enables you to reach the broadest audience. It can not only help you connect with your peers and with scholars in your field, but more broadly in the academic world and to the general public. Graduate Students have priority for registration.
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There are benefits and challenges connected with sharing and you will want to consider a range of issues, including copyright and permissions, comidification, and time investment. Rebecca Stuhr will be presenting on some of the major academic sharing sites, arXiv including all of the many disciplinary rxivs, Humanities Commons, Academia.edu and ResearchGate, as well as Penn's institutional repository, ScholarlyCommons. Participants will:
- Gain familiarity with for profit and not for profit sites and their audiences
- Understand how the academic sharing sites and preprint platforms differ from one another
- Be introduced to copyright limitations to sharing your work
- The possibilities for collaboration
- Getting your work the attention it deserves
Spring 2023 Support for 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 through March, in person and virtual sessions covering citation management, impact metrics, promoting your work, selecting the right publishing venue, fair use, and more. See the full suite of workshops to support you as you make progress toward your publishing goals. Check back to keep track of new workshops added to the list.