Fall 2023 Research & Publishing Support Workshops
Faculty and graduate students are invited to attend any of the following workshops scheduled for Falll 2023.
Contact Karen Vaughan, Head of Scholarly Communication & Publishing for more information email@example.com
ORCID Workshop for Researchers: "Getting and using your free ORCID iD and ORCID record can help you save time and get credit for your work in funding, publishing, and research reporting workflows. Funding organizations, publishers, and research institutions are increasingly requiring or asking for ORCID iDs from researchers, so this workshop will help you make sure you are ahead of the game."
Wednesday, August 30, 1pm - 2pm. Zoom. Registration Link: ORCID Workshop for Researchers
Research Impact and Metrics: Discover the many ways that your research can have a greater impact for the world at large and for you professionally. Learn the various metrics available for assessing and reporting that impact.
Friday, September 15, 11am-noon, Zoom. Register: bit.ly/odu-metricsworkshop
ORCID Open House: Drop in and learn about the value of ORCID, how to add to your profile, and how to use it to your advantage.
Thursday or Friday, October 12 or 13, noon-3pm. Learning Commons @ Perry Library Rm. 1306
Open Access Week is October 23-29: Community over Commercialization
Open Access Publishing and ODU Digital Commons: Find out about developments in open access publishing in general and how you can publish open access in ODU Digital Commons.
- Tuesday, October 24, 10-11am. Learning Commons @ Perry Library Rm. 1310
Open Educational Resources and Affordable Course Content: Learn about how to find, adopt, adapt and create open educational resources and use affordable course content.
- Wednesday, October 25, 11am-noon. Learning Commons @ Perry Library Rm. 1310
Research Data Management Planning: Learn about the importance of data plans before you start your research project and how to use the DMP Tool.
- CHANGE IN DATE: Friday, October 27, 2-3pm. Learning Commons @ Perry Library Rm. 1310
Exploring Open Textbooks: Learn about the variety of and need for open textbooks, how you can adopt or adapt them for your courses, and the power of open licenses. Receive a $200 stipend from the Open Education Network by writing a short review of an open textbook in the Open Textbook Library.
Friday, November 10, 11am-noon. Zoom. Register: bit.ly/odu-opentextbooks