48th Annual Meeting - JAIC’s Session: Scholarly Writing for Conservation

By Carmina Lamare-Bertrand posted 06-04-2020 17:00


JAIC’s session: Scholarly writing for conservation
AIC 2020 Virtual Meeting
Date: Tuesday, June 23, 2020 
Time 11:00-12:30

This session is free and open to all. It will cover a variety of topics on scholarly writing and publishing in a panel format, with discussion and Q&A at the end. 

Julio M. del Hoyo, Editor-in-Chief, will present an overview of JAIC, including aims and scope of the journal, how to prepare and format your article, and offer a pre-submission checklist.
Suzanne Davis, AIC's Vice President, and Corina Rogge, JAIC Associate Editor, will present “The ethics of authorship, acknowledgements, and credit.” They will cover issues of authorship and acknowledgements; responsibilities of authorship: the roles and obligations of first authors and co-authors; and professional recourses: what to do if your work has been plagiarized, used without appropriate credit, or submitted under your name without your review.
Catherine Stephens, JAIC Associate Editor, will cover “Writing Style.” She will discuss the foundational aspects of figures, tables, and images; the importance of a clearly written abstract; and the physical layout of your article.
Robin Hanson, JAIC Associate Editor, will present “The Mechanics of Writing for JAIC, ” including the use of citations in a scholarly work, image permissions, and transitioning a paper from a Specialty Group Postprint to JAIC.
George Cooper, Managing Editor, Journals Anthropology, Conservation, Museum Studies & Heritage at Taylor & Francis, will share “How to publish an article with 'impact.'” He will discuss how to get published, the benefits of being published, and innovative tools available to promote your accepted article. 
Heidi Lowther, Commissioning Editor for conservation books at Routledge, will briefly discuss “Tips on how to publish your first book.” 

We will hold time for discussion and Q&A at the end of the session.

Register at https://learning.culturalheritage.org/p/scholarly-writing. The session will be recorded and made available to watch.