Scholarly Communication in the STEM Classroom
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Changes in publishing norms and funding requirements have caused responding changes (both good and bad) in the publishing industry. A review of undergraduate papers in Computer Science revealed that 10% of students had found and used likely-predatory publications in their research, and almost 20% incorrectly used pre-prints and post-prints found online. Core competencies in Scholarly Communication need to be established for STEM Information literacy to help students in identifying and avoiding these issues. Dianna will present a case study of incorporating Scholarly Communications into an undergraduate Computer Science class and a graduate Math Education class.