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How to Get Published #03 - Structuring an Article

Tips for Authors including: how to effectively structure your article before submission. Presenting your Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgments, References and Supporting Material.
Recorded Jan 17 2013 13 mins
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Laura Schmidt, Elsevier
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Training webcasts for early career researchers. Available topics:
•The "How to Get Published" series: 3 webcasts with advice on preparing your manuscript, structuring your article and using proper manuscript language. Each webcast lasts up to 10 minutes.
•The "How to Review a Manuscript" series: 3 webcasts on the peer review process, how to review a manuscript and what criteria a reviewer uses. Each webcast lasts up to 13 minutes.
•The "Introduction to Scholarly Publishing" series: 2 webcasts about the role of publishers, contributions to science & health communities, and stages in the journal publishing cycle. Each webcast lasts up to 10 minutes.
•The Impact Factor and Other Bibliometric Indicators: discover more about the range of indicators available and how they are used to gauge journal and article impact.

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