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GPLL261 - Publishing your Electrical Engineering Research with IEEE

Identifying where to publish your research can be a daunting task. Should you do a conference paper, a journal article or both? What is a green open access publication, a predatory journal and other publication jargon? In this session, IEEE Client Services Manager Jalyn Kelley, will provide insights into publishing with IEEE.

Learning Objectives

In this workshop, participants will:
• Learn tips for selecting an appropriate IEEE periodical or conference
• Understand how successful IEEE authors structure quality work to improve their chances of being accepted
• Gain insight into what editors look for in a submission and why editors and reviewers reject papers
• Learn the common mistakes and ethical lapses that will prevent a manuscript from being accepted
• Learn about the tools & resources to help authors through the publishing process, including IEEE’s AuthorLab, Publication Recommender, Graphics Checker, and Reference Preparation Assistance
• Gain strategies for using IEEE Xplore effectively for a literature review

Leaders Information

Jalyn Kelley is an IEEE Client Services Manager with 12 years of experience providing training and support to IEEE Xplore customers in the central and southern U.S. Prior to joining IEEE, Jalyn spent seven years as a Research Analyst at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) providing strategic market and technical research to IT specialists in the field. Jalyn has also worked as an Assistant Editor of Information Services at the San Antonio Express-News and she received a Master of Information Science from the University of Texas at Austin.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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