Posts Tagged: Writing/Publishing

Nature Masterclasses at Emory: online training for researchers & scientists by the editors from Nature

The WHSC Library now offers an unlimited user subscription to Nature Masterclasses.  Nature Masterclasses is a suite of online professional development courses for researchers  and scientists created and presented by editors from the prestigious scientific journal, Nature. While Nature Masterclasses originally started with only the Scientific Writing and Publishing course it has now expanded to…

Undergraduate Research Award applications due Friday, March 25

Originally posted as Announcing the 2022 Elizabeth Long Atwood Undergraduate Research Award from Libraries News, March 2 2022   Dear undergraduate students, did you work on a stellar research paper or digital project this academic year? If your answer is yes, please consider submitting it for the Elizabeth Long Atwood Award. The Woodruff Library is…

New Journal Impact Factors and Newly Launched JCI Metric Now Available

The 2021 release of Journal Impact Factors are now available.  Access to the new Impact Factors is made available through the Emory University Libraries’ Journal Citation Reports subscription via the Web of Science platform.  Sign in with your Emory University NetID and password to view or browse impact factors.  These are the most recent Impact…

National Nurses Week, May 6-12

  The annual celebration of National Nurses Week begins on May 6th and ends on Florence Nightingale’s birthday May 12th. Over the last year, 224 papers have been published by nurses from Emory University’s Nell Hodgkin Woodruff School of Nursing or nurses from Emory Healthcare! Help us celebrate our nurse clinicians and researchers by reviewing…

Thursday, Dec 3 at 2pm: Rise, Serve, Lead! America’s Women Physicians. 

On Thursday, Dr. Ashley Bowen, curator of the National Library of Medicine exhibit on America’s women physicians will discuss the careers of three influential women as highlighted by their publication journeys. These highlights include Dr. Rebecca Crumpler, the first African American woman physician, and her work A Book of Medical Discourses in Two Parts (1883). An introductory interview with…

Virtual Seminar Friday, July 31, 2pm : Data Publication and Citation

Emory Libraries and Information Technology Services are partnering with the WHSC-Data initiative to host a virtual seminar series this summer and fall dedicated to topics related to Rigor and Reproducibility.  The first seminar in this series is “Data publication and citation: How do I get credit for promotion?”. Presenters: Lance Waller, Director of the WHSC-Data…

New Journal Impact Factors Released

The 2020 release of Journal Impact Factors are now available.  Access to the new Impact Factors are made available through Journal Citation Reports via the Web of Science platform.  Sign in with your Emory University NetID and password to view or browse impact factors.  These are the most recent Impact Factors reflecting journal citation data…

Peer Review Call-to-Action and Resources for Getting Started in Peer-Review

Recent calls to action have highlighted the need for peer-review volunteers to answer the rapidly growing rise in publication submissions in response to COVID-19.  At the end of April, several open access publishers announced a collaborative effort under OASPA to create a shared list of qualified peer reviewers answering the call for rapid peer review…

Catch Up on Your Writing: eBooks and Resources on Scientific Writing

The Emory Libraries are prepared to support you, wherever you are in the world. Our digital collection of titles on writing and publishing cover topics from medical writing, literature reviews, writing grant proposals, writing your dissertation, or finally putting that article together for publication.  Just sign in with your University NetID and password to access…

Library hosting ORCID iD Sign-Up Event

On Thursday, October 24th the Emory Libraries will host an ORCID iD sign-up event aimed at encouraging graduate students, post-docs, and fellows to create a persistent author ID.  An ORCID iD helps authors and researchers claim and track their work across their career and future institutional affiliations.  Many journal publishers and funding agencies now require…