One day seminar on scholarly communication and best practices in research

Seminar-brochureSuccess as an academic will depend heavily on your ability to communicate with fellow researchers, colleagues and the public at large. Once upon a time journals and books were the available outlets of scholarly dissemination. Academic communication scenario began to change with the advent of dynamic web and collaborative tools in Web 2.0. Lot of user friendly tools are now available to disseminate academic content. Academic social networks are very helpful to build network with other peers in your domain.

Plagiarism is considered as a serious crime in academic communication landscape. Direct or indirect occurrences of plagiarism in scholarly literature can lead to the end of academic career.

Scholarly communication skills are very important for academic community to get job, achieve professional goals, career improvement and to gain academic status. Awareness about plagiarism is also very essential to avoid accidental plagiarism and establish your identity in the circle.

The seminar is designed to enhance your academic communication skills, give awareness about plagiarism and share strategies to tackle plagiarism threat.


The following topics will cover in the seminar:

  • Best practices in academic writing

  • How to avoid plagiarism

  • Reference Management tools

  • Research Evaluation Indicators


Faculty Members, Research scholars, M.Phil, PG students in all disciplines and Library professionals.

VENUE: Seminar Hall, St. Berchmans College, Changanassery

DATE AND TIME: 9 April 2015; 9.00 am to 4.00 pm

REGISTRATION: Registration fee is Rs.200 for Research Scholars & Students, Rs.300 for Faculty members & Library Professionals. All participants have to register online before 6 April 2015. Registration fee can be paid in cash directly to Secretary or at S B College Library, Changanassery.

Online Registration form

Kerala Library Association, Kottayam Region
Mobile- 8289896323, Email:


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