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Resources for Graduate Students: Resources for Teaching & Publication

Resources and services for new and continuing graduate students

Librarian

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Mitch Fontenot
Contact:
141 LSU Library
2255787374

Human Sciences, Education, and Distance Learning Librarian

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Andrea Hebert

Teaching Support

Our Research & Instruction Services librarians support teaching by working with classes to understand information literacy and library resources. You can schedule an instruction session or you can incorporate tutorials and research guides to enrich your asynchronous instruction. 

Scholarly Communication (Publication & Dissemination of Research)

If you need to learn the JIF (Journal Impact Factor) or ranking of a journal, Journal Citation Reports is the place to start. Cabell's will give additional information (acceptance rate, estimated time for review and publication) about some journals in a limited number of fields of study. If you can't find information about the journal you are interested in, contact your subject librarian. 

LSU Libraries can also help you learn more about author's rights and creating data management plans and offers limited support for Open Access publishing. We also host LSU Digital Commons, LSU's institutional repository (IR). 

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