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21W.036 Science Writing and New Media: Science Writing and the Environment: Home

Class Outline - March 18 session

Scientific American & Style Guides

Citation and Data Management

Citation & Writing Tools:

Zotero: Organize citations and PDFs.

Overleaf: Easier collaborative writing with LaTeX.

Check out our resources or email us at cite-write-tools@mit.edu.

 

Data Management Services: We work with you to manage, store, and share your research information, data, or code throughout its lifecycle. Attend one of our workshops or email us at data-management@mit.edu.

Open Access and Copyright

Open access at MIT:  Preserve your rights to share and reuse your articles with MIT’s OA policy.  Publish open access articles via  publisher agreements and OA initiatives.

 

Copyright & Fair Use:  Our agreements with publishers allow you to reuse their figures and text.  We provide expert guidance for copyright in and applying fair use guidelines.

 

Scholarly communications also covers: MIT and Elsevier, APIs, text and data mining, and funder requirements. Email us at scholarlypub@mit.edu.

Databases for Finding Articles

Newspapers

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Online General Encyclopedias

Need a quick fact or more background reading on a topic?  The links below will take you to sources that cover many different subject areas.

Biosciences Librarian

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