Understanding text recycling and how to avoid self-plagiarism

RECORDED (DOI: https://doi.org/10.54985/peeref.2304w2441434)

Apr 20, 2023 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada) Switch Time Zone
Dr. Clark Holdsworth

Senior Manager, Communications & Partnerships (LetPub)

Dr. Holdsworth oversees communications projects and partnerships at LetPub. LetPub has thousands of interactions with authors and journals annually. Dr. Holdsworth and the Learning Nexus Team filter these experiences into an intuitive and effective educational experience for authors and journal editors.

Journals and publishers are more vigilant than ever when it comes to plagiarism. While most authors understand these concerns and have no issues avoiding plagiarism of others, unintended self-plagiarism is still a major issue. This webinar aims to provide clear, concise guidance for utilizing redundant text and addressing language issues in a responsible and appropriate manner that avoids self-plagiarism.

Topics include:
• Types of content that are best to recycle
• Red flags for self-plagiarism
• Passing muster with the journal
• Rephrasing and adapting difficult material

A certificate of completion will be provided after the session.
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