Current Events Schedule

April 2020

Copyright for Authors

Do you want to utilize a diagram from a published article in your own publication, but are unsure whether you should do so? Do you have questions about fair use? In this webinar we explore many of the most common copyright questions that authors encounter while putting together an article. We discuss tools that can help you determine whether something can be utilized under the fair use doctrine and how to approach items with various creative commons licenses. Lastly, we also discuss how to clear rights and how to respond to publisher questions related to rights.

For a detailed overview of all sessions, visit our events page at https://guides.himmelfarb.gwu.edu/scholarlypub/events. Session recordings will be available on our events page at the start of each session.

For questions, please contact Sara Hoover, Metadata and Scholarly Communications Librarian at shoover@gwu.edu. The Himmelfarb Scholarly Communications team looks forward to answering your scholarly publishing related questions!

Wednesday
Apr 22, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Room: Recorded session
Anne Linton and Sara Hoover

May 2020

Citation Organization for Beginners

One of the most challenging aspects of the publication process can be documenting and organizing references and citations. In this webinar we explore how bibliographic management tools can simplify this work and ensure that you adhere to formatting styles such as APA or AMA. We examine bibliographic management tools such as RefWorks, EndNote and more to show you how to use these resources quickly and effectively.

For a detailed overview of all sessions, visit our events page at https://guides.himmelfarb.gwu.edu/scholarlypub/events. Session recordings will be available on our events page at the start of each session.

For questions, please contact Sara Hoover, Metadata and Scholarly Communications Librarian at shoover@gwu.edu. The Himmelfarb Scholarly Communications team looks forward to answering your scholarly publishing related questions!

Wednesday
May 6, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Room: Recorded session
Paul Levett

Covidence Training

If you’re currently working on a systematic review or plan to do so in the future, you need to know about Covidence! This subscription-based software recently acquired by the Himmelfarb Library greatly streamlines the process of creating a systematic review. In this webinar, we’ll look at the common steps performed when creating a systematic review and explore how Covidence can help you during all of these stages. Well also show you how to get a Covidence account through the Himmelfarb Library’s subscription.

For a detailed overview of all sessions, visit our events page at https://guides.himmelfarb.gwu.edu/scholarlypub/events. Session recordings will be available on our events page at the start of each session.

For questions, please contact Sara Hoover, Metadata and Scholarly Communications Librarian at shoover@gwu.edu. The Himmelfarb Scholarly Communications team looks forward to answering your scholarly publishing related questions!

Wednesday
May 20, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Room: Recorded session
Thomas Harrod