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*[[Research_And_Writing_Committees | Research and Writing Committees]]
 
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*[[Advice_on_Publishing_in_Journals | Advice on publishing in journals]]
 
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4.  Advertise in publications your target audience reads.<br>
 
4.  Advertise in publications your target audience reads.<br>
 
5.  Create a blog on your topic and updated regularly.<br>
 
5.  Create a blog on your topic and updated regularly.<br>
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= Tips for Speaking at Conferences =
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*Stick to the time limit you have been given at all costs. Conference programmes have very tight schedules, and running over time is one of the number 1 complaints people make about conferences (besides air-conditioning).
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*Practice, practice and practice again, out loud if possible if you are not accustomed to speaking for a long time regularly.
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*Archive your presentation file and your notes online - so many presentation files are meaningless outside the context of the talk.
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*Got a special need, whether mobility, drink preference, or staging requirements? Tell the organisers, and tell them early in case additional equipment needs to be hired.
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''' See Also'''
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*[http://citesandinsights.info/v7i2c.htm Conference Speaking: I Have a Little List] Walt Crawford, Cites & Insights 7, Number 2: February 2007
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** Excellent overview of the whole presentation process, from planning, negotiating, and perspective on the experience fo speaking.
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*[http://www.librarian.net/stax/1863 Ten tips for presenters] Jessamyn West, Librarian.net 25 September 2006. Excellent list of tips for preparing for talks.
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*[http://headrush.typepad.com/creating_passionate_users/2006/10/better_beginnin.html Better Beginnings: how to start a presentation, book, article...] Kathy Sierra, Creating Passionate Users, October 22 2006
  
 
= Forms of Writing =
 
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===Books===
 
===Books===
  
* Lepionka, M E. 2003, Writing and developing your college textbook, Glcester, Mass.: Atlantic Path Publishing.
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* Lepionka, M E. 2008, Writing and developing your college textbook, Second edition: A comprehensive guide to textbook authorship and higher education publishing. Gloucester, Mass.: Atlantic Path Publishing.
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* [http://blog.alaeditions.org/2007/04/04/24-weeks-to-a-finished-book/ 24 weeks to a finished book] ALA Editions, describes the book publishing timeline.
 
* [http://blog.alaeditions.org/2007/04/04/24-weeks-to-a-finished-book/ 24 weeks to a finished book] ALA Editions, describes the book publishing timeline.
  
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*[http://librarycareers.blogspot.com/ Beyond the Job] lists calls for papers for journals and conferences in the US and overseas
 
*[http://librarycareers.blogspot.com/ Beyond the Job] lists calls for papers for journals and conferences in the US and overseas
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*[http://slisapps.sjsu.edu/wikis/faculty/putnam/index.php/Main_Page  LIS Publications Wiki] A research tool for LIS students and professionals to consult for inspiration and information on publishing.
  
 
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*[http://hermia.emeraldinsight.com/vl=2691687/cl=40/nw=1/rpsv/librarylink/published/perish.htm Publish, Don't Perish] Rachel Singer Gordon's column on writing for the profession for Emerald
 
*[http://hermia.emeraldinsight.com/vl=2691687/cl=40/nw=1/rpsv/librarylink/published/perish.htm Publish, Don't Perish] Rachel Singer Gordon's column on writing for the profession for Emerald
  
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*[http://crln.acrl.org/content/70/4/222.full.pdf+html  Professional Writing and Publishing] Laurie Putnam, creator of the LIS Publications Wiki, lists "a sampling of sites useful to librarian­ writers".
  
 
= Specific Publishing Opportunities =
 
= Specific Publishing Opportunities =

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Contents

[edit] Tips for Publishing in Library-Related Journals

[edit] Tips for Speaking at Conferences/Getting Speaking Engagements

1. Publish a book.
2. Write and submit articles to print and on-line publications.
3. Submit press releases.
4. Advertise in publications your target audience reads.
5. Create a blog on your topic and updated regularly.

[edit] Tips for Speaking at Conferences

  • Stick to the time limit you have been given at all costs. Conference programmes have very tight schedules, and running over time is one of the number 1 complaints people make about conferences (besides air-conditioning).
  • Practice, practice and practice again, out loud if possible if you are not accustomed to speaking for a long time regularly.
  • Archive your presentation file and your notes online - so many presentation files are meaningless outside the context of the talk.
  • Got a special need, whether mobility, drink preference, or staging requirements? Tell the organisers, and tell them early in case additional equipment needs to be hired.


See Also

[edit] Forms of Writing

[edit] Textbooks

[edit] Resources

[edit] Articles

  • Bauman M G. 2003, Textbook Writing 101 The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 14. An amusing take on the ins and outs of writing a textbook.
  • Henry C M. 2002, Birth of a textbook Chemical and Engineering News, v 80, no. 26, pp. 22-25. The experience of four first-time textbook authors in Chemistry, with good general advice for all disciplines.
  • Varian H R. 2001, What I've Learned about Writing Economics April 17. Includes advice on writing textbooks from an outcomes-based approach.

[edit] Books

  • Lepionka, M E. 2008, Writing and developing your college textbook, Second edition: A comprehensive guide to textbook authorship and higher education publishing. Gloucester, Mass.: Atlantic Path Publishing.

[edit] Blogs/Websites to Watch

  • A Library Writer's Blog "Calls for papers, presentations, participation, reviewers, and other notices," maintained by Corey Seeman.
  • Beyond the Job lists calls for papers for journals and conferences in the US and overseas
  • LIS Publications Wiki A research tool for LIS students and professionals to consult for inspiration and information on publishing.

[edit] Negotiating Contracts

[edit] Negotiating Copyright and Open Access Licenses

  • SHERPA RoMEO Copyright policies of most academic publishers. Includes pre-print, self-archiving, and Open Access policies.
  • SPARC Author Addendum "a legal instrument that modifies the publisher’s agreement and allows you to keep key rights to your articles"
  • Coleman, Anita (2006) Self-Archiving and the Copyright Transfer Agreements of ISI-Ranked Library and Information Science Journals. DLIST
    • Discusses copyright transfer policies of ISI ranked journals in LIS

[edit] Specific Blog Posts/Articles to Check Out

[edit] Specific Publishing Opportunities

[edit] Listings of calls for papers for conferences and journals

[edit] Other specific writing opportunities

  • Library Student Journal, Editors' Blog
    • "LSJ will feature original work by masters and PhD students at the ALA-accredited schools in North America and their peers internationally. It will be a showcase for the talents of the best LIS students and it will be a forum for discussing issues of current concern to future professionals in the field."
  • Journal of Web Librarianship
    • "JWL seeks both practical communications and original, scholarly research about relevant topics in web librarianship. New authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts."

[edit] Reworking Papers

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