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SNRE Wednesday Seminar - Shared screen with speaker view
John Koprowski
37:21
Dave Breshears has half of those publications!
Ellen Dubinsky
55:17
There is one other huge “con” to traditional business model: authors assign their copyright to the publisher rather than retain copyright to their own work.
Ellen Dubinsky
01:06:20
Please note that not all open access journals charge article processing charges. Many OA journals are subsidized by scholarly societies, funders, or other funding models.
Donald A Falk
01:11:04
Are citation indices useful for separating out journal quality (e.g. those of questionable quality)?
Steven R Archer
01:14:37
I’ve received many invitations to serve on editorial boards of potentially questionable journals. They seem to be casting a broad net and fishing
Jeanne Pfander, UArizona
01:15:08
Ellen Dubinsky is our Scholarly Communications librarian!
James Heffelfinger
01:15:26
Great stuff Dave! Thanks for doing this!
Steven R Archer
01:16:07
Interesting and informative overview! Thanks Dave!
Michael Bogan
01:16:40
Thanks, Dave!
Allie Burnett
01:16:43
Thanks very much, Dave! Very cool photos.
Melissa Merrick
01:17:13
Thanks! Really informative
ALEJANDRO GANESH MARIN MENDEZ
01:18:00
Thanks Dave, very instructive! and cool pics
Vicki Greer
01:20:05
Thanks for the information and great backyard wildlife. Just an aside on urban wildlife, today, I saw a round tailed ground squirrel crossing Swan at Grant, using the cross-walk, with the light! Safety first :)
SMH
01:20:43
I would not recommend to a student to publish in a journal that I wouldn't consider for myself to publish in.
John Dunford Guthrie
01:20:45
Probably the only thing using the cross-walk at Swan and Grant.
Vicki Greer
01:21:13
:)
Erana Taylor
01:29:52
Is there a recording of your full presentation available somewhere?
Jose R Soto
01:30:24
Great lecture! Thanks David!
Meeting Support
01:30:42
What are ABOR's rights to your work
Erana Taylor
01:31:06
Not this one, the full one
Miguel
01:32:01
Excellent talk Dr. Dave. I have a question. What do you think about funding sources that require you to publish your results in a specific journal?