Student Publishing as a learning tool
Student Publishing as a learning tool Online
Journals run by students, for students provide valuable opportunities to share student research and get hands on experience of the publishing process. Find out how peer review works and how to become a peer reviewer, try your hand at editorial work or share your academic work with a wider audience.
Students taking part in student publishing can learn valuable skills to help them excel at academic work.
Join us online to discuss how student journals can work and the benefits they can bring to students and staff.
Graham Wynn: Pro Vice Chancellor (Education) Northumbria University
Hannah Crago: Open Research Development Librarian at the University of Essex
Aisyah Shamshun: Editor of the Essex Student Journal
Ashley Lowerson: VC Senior Fellow in Law, Northumbria School of Law. Formerly academic lead and editor on the Sunderland Student Law Journal
Related LibGuide: Open Research statement by Jane Gordon
- Thursday, March 23, 2023
- 14:00 - 15:00
- Time Zone:
- UK, Ireland, Lisbon Time (change)
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