Scholarly Publishing

September 2023 Scholarly Communications Round-up

Learn more about upcoming events for Open October 2023, new SciENcv tools for NSF applicants, and My Bibliography. Open October 2023 Join us for a series of seminars highlighting trends in open science, open data and open access. The Keynote seminar, Expanding public access: Perspectives from NIH, NSF and NASA, will feature Jessica Tucker, Martin  [Read more]

Scholarly Publishing

Need to describe your research impact beyond publications? Try the Translational Science Benefits Model

Are you struggling to describe how your research impacts the “real world”? Many folks know we have citation databases and other resources at Washington University to help researchers identify and describe the impact of their publications. Yet, increasingly researchers need to demonstrate their impact outside of academia. One resource we recommend is the Translational Science  [Read more]

Scholarly Publishing

DEIA in Scholarly Publishing – Recent Resources for Authors and Peer Reviewers

The scholarly publishing community continues important work in diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility. Here is a roundup of recent resources and initiatives that may be helpful for authors and peer reviewers. In 2021, JAMA and the AMA Manual of Style published Updated Guidance on the Reporting of Race and Ethnicity in Medical and Science Journals.  [Read more]

Scholarly Publishing

May 2023 Scholarly Communications Round-up

Waiver of APCs for WashU Authors for Cambridge University Press Journals Becker Medical Library and Washington University Libraries are pleased to announce a new agreement (January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023) with Cambridge University Press (CUP) that entitles corresponding authors from WashU a full waiver of Article Processing Charges (APCs) for nearly 400 journals.  [Read more]

Scholarly Publishing

A Look Inside Fingerprint Visualizations in Research Profiles

Fingerprints and Fingerprint visualizations in Research Profiles help users discover the expertise and interests of faculty members and organizational units at the School of Medicine by providing a visual summary of their work. Generated by the Elsevier Fingerprint Engine, Fingerprints and Fingerprint visualizations can be found throughout Research Profiles on faculty profiles as well as  [Read more]

Mastering Information, Scholarly Publishing

ORCID: Reducing a Researcher’s Administrative Burden

While researchers already have to comply with items like the new Data Management Sharing Policy1, NSPM-332, the August OSTP memo3, and ORCID may feel like one more thing to check off the list, there are many reasons it’s worthwhile and even rewarding to devote a bit of your time to ORCID. If used effectively, an  [Read more]

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