Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

COLL X250 Ethics in Academic Editing and Publishing

Resources for editors and peer reviewers


This guide provides you with information and resources to help you:

1. Understand the significance of ethics in publication

2. Recognize common problems

3. Find tools to assist with ethical decision making

4. Learn how to respond to possible ethical violations through case studies

5. Reflect on the purpose, value, and process of ethical decision making in academic publishing

About Me

Who I am:

  • Open Scholarship Librarian - Scholarly Communication, Teaching and Learning

  • Masters in Information and Library Science - University of Iowa, Master of Laws - American University, Bachelor of Laws - University of the West Indies, CLE - Norman Manley Law School

What I can help with​

  • Connecting you with services of the Scholarly Communication Department - Open Scholarship, Open Data, Open Educational Resources, Open Journals

  • Connecting you with library resources (including books, articles, Open Access materials, research and writing assistance, subject-specific librarians)

How to contact and find me​


  • Phone--(812) 856-1122

  • Office--Herman B. Wells Library, 2nd Floor, E264B (inside Government Information, Maps and Microform Office)