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Presentation by Monica Berger & Maura Smale for New York City College of Technology, Faculty Commons, Nov. 5, 2012.

Presentation by Monica Berger & Maura Smale for New York City College of Technology, Faculty Commons, Nov. 5, 2012.

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    Faculty publishingworkshop 11-5-12final Faculty publishingworkshop 11-5-12final Presentation Transcript

    • Strategizing the Literature Review and Identifying Publication Venues Monica Berger Maura Smale November 5, 2012
    • Strategizing theliterature review
    • Finding Relevant Literatureremember to consider literature of: general SoTL specific pedagogies discipline specific SoTL
    • Finding Relevant Literature‐‐BooksSeminal/Core SoTL texts: Ernest Boyer, Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate (1990) and Various books by Lee S. Shulman.
    • Finding Relevant Literature‐‐BooksWell‐known publishers (general): Jossey‐Bass (publishes Carnegie Fdn’s SoTL books) Indiana University Press Stylus Bibliography from Vanderbilt  National Academies Press—recent book on STEM And possibly AACU for general pedagogy 
    • Finding Relevant Literature‐‐BooksSearch the catalog: searching catalog, keyword ‐‐> subject Searching online catalog by subject su:mathematics‐‐Study and teaching (Higher) su:Active learning‐‐Study and teaching (Higher)Can’t find what you want? Try WorldCat for interlibrary  loan outside of CUNY
    • Finding Relevant Literature‐‐BooksCUNY books available via CLICs
    • Finding Relevant Literature‐‐BooksCouldn’t find what you want in CUNY?Use Illiad for easy Interlibrary loan. You need to sign up for an account. https://www.worldcat.org/ might be easiest to push data into Illiad
    • Finding Relevant Literature‐‐BooksSearching ebooks:  allows for searching full text of ebooks Our licensed/purchased ebooks are in catalog: easiest way to find or Search ebrary or Search Google Books or Google Scholar (can be messy and difficult)
    • Finding Relevant Literature‐‐Education Databases  Education Databases (and journals): filter by subject  in database pages ERIC and Education Source; easier to search ERIC via  Ebsco; problems with ERIC pulling much FT ERIC Full‐ text Availability Limited Due to Privacy Concerns Aug.  2012 ERIC offers searching by descriptors/thesaurus
    • Finding Relevant Literature‐‐Internet International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching  and Learning: http://www.issotl.org/ Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of  Teaching: http://www.carnegiefoundation.org Association for Integrative Studies:  http://www.units.muohio.edu/aisorg/
    • Providing Context: Data City Tech:  http://air.citytech.cuny.edu/air/nycct_data.aspx CUNY: http://www.cuny.edu/ir Pew: http://www.pewinternet.org/,  http://pewresearch.org/millennials/ ICPSR: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/
    • Internet and Library Tools Live searches for Google Scholar, SFX, Serial Solutions  browse by subject 
    • Keeping Up: Alerts and Feeds Table of Contents or new articles from journal  websites and blogs Subject search alerts: In databases, look for “Save” or“Alert” At publisher websites, sign up for updates On Google, create account and search from  http://www.google.com/alerts Usually must create an account, results via email or  RSS 
    • Research and Citation Management RefWorks: Access via http://library.citytech.cuny.edu/ Find Articles  Databases  RefWorks Zotero: http://www.zotero.org/ Mendeley: http://www.mendeley.com/
    • Identifying publication venues
    • Library ToolsUlrich’s Available at NYPL , no longer available remotely, use  on‐site only at research divisionsCabells Directories of Publishing Opportunities Available at CUNY Graduate Center
    • A Plug for Open Access Open Access Scholarly Literature: Freely available online + Author allows anyone to copy, use, share, etc.
    • Resources for Making Your Work OA Directory of Open Access Journals:  http://www.doaj.org/ Guide to publisher copyright policies and self‐ archiving: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/
    • Non‐Traditional Materials Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy:  http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ Hybrid Pedagogy: http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/
    • Professional Organizations education/discipline‐based professional organizations  and their journals; e.g. CHRIE for hospitality  educators Journal of Hospitality and Tourism  Education Pathfinders  of discipline‐related journals: CASTL‐Higher Ed. SoTL journals by discipline U. Regina guide to SoTL journals by discipline Vanderbilt’s SoTL resource, journals in general & links to  by discipline Mostly science‐related education  journals http://www.csun.edu/science/ref/professional_ development/sci_ed_journals.html
    • Evaluating Publication Quality Databases that provide publication metrics (impact  factor, H‐index, etc.): Scopus, Web of Knowledge Very expensive! Grad Center subscribes, and NYPL DIY evaluation: Check editorial board (and editors’ websites) Browse publications list Skim articles Beall’s list of predatory OA publishers
    • Thank you! Questions?