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Getting Your Paper Noticed

This webcast is all about making sure that your publication gets the attention it deserves. We’ll give some tips and trick that can help you as an author, and we’ll also explain what we as a publisher are doing to help.
Recorded Mar 4 2013 9 mins
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Hylke Koers, Elsevier
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Partnering with the Global Research Community
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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