[Socrates] Write to be Read: Research, Impact & CUNY Academic Works, March 16
Jean.Kelly at qc.cuny.edu
Wed Mar 9 11:43:10 EST 2016
On behalf of Nancy Foasberg (Humanities Librarian, Queens College):
Are you interested in:
- Reaching a wider audience with your publications?
- Getting more citations?
- Fulfilling grant requirements to make research available online?
- Making information available to all?
If so, you’re in luck!
You can do all this and more with CUNY Academic Works. Nancy Foasberg (Humanities Librarian, Queens College) and Megan Wacha (Scholarly Communications Librarian, CUNY) will explain. We can answer questions about authors’ rights, download statistics, and more!
March 16, 2016
Kiely Hall, Room 423
For more information, email nfoasberg at qc.cuny.edu
To learn more about CUNY Academic Works, please visit http://qc-cuny.libguides.com/scholarly-communications
Thanks to the Center for Teaching and Learning for their assistance in promoting this event!
Download the poster: http://tiny.cc/CAW-March16
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