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Understanding Your Researcher Identity

March 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Everyone who publishes their research develops a researcher identity.

  • Do you know how your researcher identity is described online?
  • Have you ever wondered how you can control aspects of your researcher identity?

Join peers on March 6 at noon for a discussion on how researcher identity can be understood within the scholarly publishing landscape and what that might mean for you as a graduate student looking to expand the visibility of your research.

This in-person conversation will occur concurrently across the St. George, UTM, and UTSC campuses. U of T graduate students from any discipline interested in chatting about this topic are invited to attend.

Pizza available at each location, register in advance!

Related LibGuide: Research Impact & Researcher Identity by Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office

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Gerstein Library
9 King's College Cir
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A5 Canada
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March 6
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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