Publication Etiquette and Ethics
Publication Etiquette and Ethics: Things You Should Know Before Submitting Your Next Paper
This presentation and discussion will focus on the dos and don’ts for successfully publishing a technical paper (and avoiding common mistakes that can result in a quick rejection). Navigate the review process more smoothly with insider information about peer-review and by better understanding the ethics and etiquette standards that authors are expected to uphold and that reviewers and editors are looking for. Learn how to:
- fairly report your results and those of others
- appropriately reference and include your own previous work
- appropriately describe and cite prior work
Attend this session and avoid the pitfalls of plagiarism and other inadvertent ethics/etiquette violations such as duplicate submissions, inappropriate replication, and bibliometric manipulation - all without undergoing personal traumatic experiences! Lunch is provided for student attendees.
Register at: http://tinyurl.com/jhvpg36
To assure your spot and lunch, please register early. Lunch support is assured for the first 50 student registrants.
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About the presenters:
Sheila Hemami and Gaurav Sharma have held editor-in-chief and associate editor positions in both IEEE- and non-IEEE journals, and presently sit on the IEEE’s Publications Services and Products Board.