Open Access Week Event - Open Access Journals at the University of San Francisco
Open Access Journals at the University of San Francisco
It's no secret that open access has changed the scholarly ecosystem. For this year's Open Access Week, please join CRASE and Gleeson Library for a panel discussion of open access publishing at USFCA followed by a workshop on how to find and search and vet journals and publishers that will match your publishing needs.
Gleeson Library Room 213, the new interactive learning classroom
30-45 min: panel discussion and Q&A on open access journals at USFCA
30-45 min: workshop and Q&A on how to publish in open access journals
Jorge A. Aquino is Associate Professor of Theology & Religious Studies, where he teaches Latin American and U.S. Latinx theologies and religious history. He is editorial director of the peer-reviewed Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology<http://repository.usf
Ria DasGupta is the Program Manager for USF's Office of Diversity Engagement and Community Outreach where she proudly works under the leadership of the university's Chief Diversity Officer, Dr. Mary Wardell-Ghirarduzzi. Ria is also a doctoral student in the department of International and Multicultural Education in the School of Education, through which she has has the opportunity to serve as the Managing Editor for the International Journal of Human Rights Education, Edited by Professor Monisha Bajaj. In all her spare time, she is also a professional classical Indian dancer.
Naupaka Zimmerman is broadly interested in the intersection of microbial community and ecosystem ecology. His lab research focuses on the ecology of plant-microbe interactions, with a particular focus on asymptomatic foliar fungi (also known as fungal endophytes). He was born and raised on the Big Island of Hawai'i, and continues to conduct some of his research there, focusing on the endemic Hawaiian tree Metrosideros polymorpha. After finishing his PhD, Prof. Zimmerman taught at Stanford and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Arizona before coming to USF.
Charlotte Roh, Scholarly Communications Librarian
Charlotte Roh works at the intersection of scholarly communication, social justice, and information literacy to educate and empower the faculty, staff, and students at the University of San Francisco around issues of open access and scholarly intellectual property rights.
- Friday, October 27, 2017
- 1:30pm - 2:30pm