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Target Audience: Postgraduate students, Early Career Researchers.
You’ve completed your research and want to publish your work in a peer-reviewed journal. Are you wondering where to start? Do you know where you find relevant information quick and easy? Do you want to learn how to structure your paper, or what to include in a cover letter? Is the submission and peer-review process a mystery to you and do you know why editors accept (or reject) papers? Do you understand the importance of ethical issues? Perhaps you’ve submitted your work before and are in need of some guidance interpreting and responding to reviewer comments.
If this sounds familiar to you, register now for this Elsevier Researcher Academy Online Seminar and get some tips from the Publisher.
*The link to the Webinar will be sent to you via email, in advance of the course*
Participants will be able to:
- Have a clear idea of the steps needed to be taken before starting to write a paper.
- Choose the right journal to submit your paper to.
- Understand the available Open Access options.
- Have a clear idea about author rights and responsibilities.
- Understand sensitive areas such as publishing ethics, plagiarism and duplicate publishing.
- Understand how peer review works and how to respond to feedback.
Michaela has been with Elsevier for 17 years and run numerous Events for Academic staff, Senior Researchers and Early Career Researchers on how to get papers accepted and published in the right scientific journal and she conducted a wide range of consulting sessions on Scopus, ScienceDirect and Mendeley.
She’s an enthusiastic communicator and passionate about helping Researchers and Information Professionals to turn information into actionable knowledge.
Delivered By: Michaela Kurschildgenm, Training Specialist and Customer Consultant from Elsevier