- Marie Kennedy is the Serials & Electronic Resources Librarian at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA. This blog is about organization, librarianship, and sometimes monkeys and/or bananas.
Category Archives: publishers
what does one geek get another geek for a holiday gift? a customized opml file. an opml file is a bunch of rss feeds all crammed into one file. you load an opml file into your blog feedreader and, bam, … Continue reading
to follow up on the blog post about becoming a manuscript reviewer for a journal i asked a couple of colleagues how they got to be reviewers: they volunteered! granted, the people i asked are smartypants and have had their … Continue reading
somebody asked me recently how one gets to be a reviewer for a library-related journal. here’s how you can do it: to be a reviewer you have to have a publishing track record. what topics in librarianship do you care … Continue reading
the chronicle of higher education has an intriguing post in yesterday’s edition, about fraudulent images used in scientific publications. the images discussed in the article were altered in a way that made it look like the results of the research … Continue reading
PubsHub is a “strategic publication planning tool,” a database to help you choose to which medical journal or meeting to submit your manuscript or present your data. i saw a demo of this in the exhibits hall at the medical … Continue reading