Skip to main content

Succeeding as a Librarian Academic Author Further Developing your Scholarly Writing

HOME

The Librarian as Academic Author:

Further Developing your Scholarly Writing

SEMINAR

09.NOVMAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY, KILDARE#munral2017

Share Facebook Share Twitter Share link Google+ share Email Link

 

 

SPEAKERS


Dr Terry Barrett

University College Dublin

David Bennett

University of Portsmouth

Dr Stephen Bull

University of Birmingham

Jane Burns

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland/University College Dublin

John Cox

National University of Ireland, Galway

Helen Fallon

Maynooth University

Saranne Magennis

Maynooth University

Laura Montgomery

Taylor & Francis

Dr Graham Walton

Loughborough University

 

SCHEDULE


 

10:00 am

Coffee and Registration

10:30 am

10:30 - 11:15

Keynote 1 - Professional writing: lessons learned from 30 + years as an author and 12 years as a peer review journal editor

Dr Graham Walton

11:15 - 12:15

Writing outside the Library discipline: Librarians and Faculty as writing partners

Dr Terry Barrett, University College Dublin

Building an academic article around the literature

John Cox, National University of Ireland Galway

Pablo the Penguin gets Published: Building a peer-reviewed article from a Library Innovation

David Bennett, University of Portsmouth

From Pop-Up Library Initiative to Peer Reviewed Publication: Some thoughts and tips

Stephen Bull, University of Birmingham

12:15 – 12:45

Practicalities of successful writing: group discussions

12:45 pm

Announcement of the winner of the MU/NRAL/T&F Writing Award

followed by Buffet Lunch (sponsored by Taylor & Francis)

13:45 pm

13:45 - 14:30

Keynote 2 - From Pitch to Publication: What the editor/peer reviewers seek in an academic article

Helen Fallon, Maynooth University

14:30 - 15:30

Maximising the impact of your article

Laura Montgomery, Taylor & Francis

An Altmetric analysis of “Librarian as Communicator”

Jane Burns, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland/University College Dublin

Why should Academic Librarians publish in Higher Education Journals?

Saranne Magennis, Maynooth University

15:30 – 16:00

Practicalities of successful writing: group discussions

16:00 pm

Book Launch

 

 

AWARD


 

 

The Maynooth University Library/New Review of Academic Librarianship Award for Academic Writing sponsored by Taylor & Francis

Prize award to support the publication of an Irish academic library paper: (2017/ 18)

The MU Library/New Review of Academic Librarianship Award for Academic Writing sponsored by Taylor & Francis and Maynooth University Library is now open for entries

Librarian as Communicator: Case Studies and International Perspectives edited by Helen Fallon and Dr Graham Walton and published by Routledge, will be launched at Maynooth University (MU) Library at 4p.m. on 9th November 2017.

To mark the occasion MU/ NRAL/Taylor & Francis will award a prize open to Irish librarians for producing an outline of a paper/ article that will be developed for publication in New Review of Academic Librarianship.

Share

 Facebook Share Twitter Share link Share via Google plus Email Link

 

 

 

CONTACT


 

MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

Maynooth

Co. KIldare

Ireland

Tel: +353 1 708 3884

 

 

 

The Library's Facebook The Library's Twitter The Library's Flickr Email Link

 
 

 

SPONSORS