May 24, 2017: Introducing GUFaculty360: Enhancing Your Public Intellectual Presence - TLISI 2017
The Georgetown University Scholarly Communication Committee, in collaboration with University Information Services, hosted this faculty workshop, Introducing GUFaculty360: Enhancing Your Public Intellectual Presence. In this workshop, you will learn more about GUFaculty360, Georgetown’s new faculty portal which will replace Explore later this year. They preview GUFaculty360 from UIS, and the Scholarly Communication Committee highlighted how you can use GUFaculty360 to extend the reach of your research and scholarship. Topics include: promoting yourself as an author; negotiating publication contracts; open access publishing; and submitting works to our institutional repository.
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