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Open access: A beginner’s guide

Open access publishing has been shown to increase not only visibility but also citations of published papers.
This webinar will take you through the world of open access publishing and explain just what it's all about.
Recorded Oct 28 2015 65 mins
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Jayashree Rajagopalan
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  • Avoid retractions: Publish ethically (Chinese) May 24 2017 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Dr. Bo Cui
    Retraction of academic papers has risen over the past few years, and the recent mass retraction of papers by Chinese authors has drawn international attention and much sound and fury in China. However, retraction is a relatively rare phenomenon and retracted academic articles represent only a very small proportion of academic publications. In this webinar, Dr. Cui will talk about how to publish your papers ethically and how to avoid retractions due to errors.

    Who is this for?
    Researchers from all scientific and academic backgrounds, particularly biomedical investigators, graduate students, early-career researchers, and senior researchers or professors

    Why should you attend?
    This webinar will talk about recent trends in academic paper retraction, causes of retraction, and how to avoid retraction. Dr. Cui will talk about the difference between misconduct and error, and the difference between falsification, fabrication, and plagiarism. He will also discuss the peer review process in detail and provide guidance on how to view the peer review process positively and select potential peer reviewers. Additionally, Dr. Cui will also give tips on ways of improving digital images so as to avoid unintentional errors or misimpressions of falsification. He will also address one of most frequently asked questions: Can I re-publish my earlier papers in another language?

    This will be conducted in CHINESE
  • Computer Use in Research Writing (English) Recorded: May 23 2017 62 mins
    Steven Ward
    About this webinar:
    This webinar will discuss digital resources that will be useful to you in your academic career. Some of these are becoming internationally standardized while others you may pick and choose the ones that fit your personal workflow the best.

    Who is this for?
    Anybody that aims to write academic papers, especially for publication in international journals and in English.

    Why should you attend?
    You will gain an in-depth understanding of the digital tools that are becoming essential for success in international collaborations and manuscript publications. You will also learn about apps that can help improve your productivity and workflow for your research and writing.

    This will be conducted in English
  • Choosing the right target journal and navigating editorial processes (CHINESE) Recorded: May 18 2017 64 mins
    Yang Gan
    Choosing the target journal is undoubtedly a major challenge for many authors. Should you choose an interdisciplinary journal? A top-tier journal in your field? Or an open-access journal?

    The popular impact factor should by no means be the sole factor in making this decision. The important questions are who the audience of your work is and where your work will create maximum impact!

    The right time to decide on the target journal(s) is well before you finish a manuscript. And once you have decided on the journal, the next challenge is to navigate the editorial process—which seems like a black-box. Editorial processes rely on effective interactions between authors, editors, and peer reviewers. Having a basic understanding of these processes may save you months of time, by helping you avoid unnecessary revisions or even rejections.

    This webinar will provide a practical guide on choosing the right target journal and will demystify editorial processes from the perspective an experienced scholar and journal editor.

    NOTE: This webinar will be delivered in CHINESE.
  • Webinar - How to Write Clearly: Tips from an Academic Editor Recorded: Apr 28 2017 57 mins
    Anisha Kunder
    Following the conventions of writing is integral for ensuring that your readers understand the message being conveyed. Sentences that are too long and riddled with typographical and punctuation errors tend to distract the reader from the core message. This webinar will cover all important aspects of writing, including spelling, punctuation, and idiomatic usage, and discuss common writing errors to be avoided.
    Who is this for?
    This webinar is a must for those who write academic or scientific content in English. However, anyone who wishes to improve their writing skills or get a better understanding of writing conventions can attend the webinar.
  • Choosing the right tense: Introduction | 올바른 시제 사용: 서론 Recorded: Apr 26 2017 61 mins
    Jieun Hani Kim
    Have you received peer reviewer comments suggesting that your manuscript should be revised by a native English speaker? Would you like some tips on how you can avoid such comments?

    Who is this for?
    Researchers and doctoral students who want to learn to write a more effective introduction section in their manuscript.

    논문 원고의 서론 작성에 대해서 더 배우고자 하는 연구원 및 박사 과정 학생들을 위한 웹세미나입니다

    Why should you attend?
    This webinar, which will be conducted in Korea, will cover different aspects of writing an introduction section of a scientific manuscript. Briefly, we will discuss the content and organization of a typical introduction section. Besides learning useful tips to enhance your writing in manuscripts, importantly, we will go through in detail the use of verb tenses specifically in the introduction section.

    이번 웹 세비나는 시리즈 중 첫 강의입니다. 논문 원고의 섹션 중 서론 부분을 다룰 것입니다. 먼저 서론 작성에 있어서 서론의 내용과 조직 같은 기본 개념들을 살피고 이 섹션에서 유용에게 사용할 수 있는 영문 작성 팁들을 배울 것입니다. 이번 웹 세비나의 주요 섹션인 서론에서의 시제 사용을 구체적인 예들을 통해 배우고 양질의 논문을 쓰는 방법을 익히게 될 것입니다.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in Korean.
  • Essentials of academic writing (Language: CHINESE) Recorded: Apr 25 2017 69 mins
    Yang Gan
    After all your research work spanning months and years, you have finally put down your invaluable results in a paper for peer review and publication. Transition from a hard-working data-gather to a skilled academic writer is by no means smooth!

    How can you place your results within the broad context of your research area so that your peers will appreciate the merits of your work? How can you draft an effective abstract and an eye-catching title to make your paper stand out among others? How can you present sound logical arguments in the discussion and tie them up with the introduction? And most importantly, how can you write for readers instead of for yourself/your mentor?

    This webinar provides a practical guide on effective academic writing from the perspective an experienced scholar and journal editor.

    NOTE: This webinar will be conducted in CHINESE.
  • 3of3:Seja lido e citado: como fazer a promoção do seu artigo Recorded: Mar 31 2017 79 mins
    Karin Hoch Fehlauer Ale
    Este webinar é parte integrante do minicurso "Fundamentos para um artigo de sucesso: escrita, publicação e divulgação", aula 3 de 3.

    A Carta de Apresentação ao Editor e o Resumo são o primeiro cartão de visitas de um manuscrito. Já o Título, o Resumo e as Palavras-chave desempenham um papel fundamental na disseminação de um artigo publicado. No entanto, nem sempre autores e autoras investem tempo adequado na sua elaboração, prejudicando assim as chances de aceite e o alcance de suas pesquisas publicadas. Venha aprender conosco como promover o seu artigo a partir destes elementos!
  • How to Write an Effective Response Letter in English and Editage author services Recorded: Mar 31 2017 56 mins
    Steven Ward & Aditya Vadrevu
    Would you like to gain more confidence when responding to reviewer comments? Are you trying to gain a better understanding of the peer review process in general? This webinar will cover all practical aspects of responding to reviewer comments, including writing a response letter.
    Who is this for?
    Anyone who aspires to get published in an international academic journal but feels intimidated by the review process should attend this webinar. It will be particularly helpful to authors that are awaiting an answer to their submitted manuscripts.
    Why should you attend?
    This webinar will enable you to develop a very detailed understanding of the entire process of responding to peer reviewers. You will know the best tone and format to use in your written correspondence with reviewers.

    This Webinar will be delivered in English
  • 2of3:Garanta uma linguagem em inglês de qualidade em seu artigo científico Recorded: Mar 29 2017 80 mins
    Karin Hoch Fehlauer Ale
    Este webinar é parte integrante do minicurso "Fundamentos para um artigo de sucesso: escrita, publicação e divulgação", aula 2 de 3.

    Autores e Autoras cuja língua materna não é o Inglês muitas vezes sentem dificuldade enquanto escrevem os seus manuscritos. E, ao receberem as revisões após submissão, ficam ansiosos aos receberem comentários de que o texto precisa ser reescrito para alcançar legibilidade e clareza. Sendo assim, é essencial transpor a barreira da linguagem. Através de exemplos práticos, vamos explicar como minimizar os problemas mais comuns de escrita acadêmica em Inglês, para que você possa transmitir o conteúdo de sua pesquisa eficientemente.
  • How to respond to reviewer comments Recorded: Mar 29 2017 79 mins
    Yang Gan
    Revising your paper as per reviewer comments is one of the best opportunities to improve it for final acceptance. Moreover, responding professionally to reviewer comments is a rewarding experience as you get a chance to interact with your peer reviewers.
    Developing skills in responding professionally to reviewer comments would avoid multiple rounds of revisions and even rejection, thus saving you months of time. This webinar, conducted by an experienced scholar who is an editor and a reviewer for international journals, provides a practical guide to responding to reviewer comments.

    Who is this for?
    Both beginners and intermediate level authors who find it difficult to respond professionally to reviewers’ comments will benefit from this session. Having a science & technology background will be helpful.

    Why should you attend?
    Yang Gan the conductor of this session said “As I often say to bewildered students and junior colleagues who come to me for tips on manuscript revision: Try to communicate in words with peer reviewers in a professional, effective and relaxed way as if you are talking over the desk about an academic question. “The session will help you develop practical skills in responding to reviewer comments, and the important aspects that will be covered include:

    •How to read the decision letter and reviewer comments? How to uncover the true meaning of sometimes ambiguous comments?
    •How to professionally format the rebuttal letter (response letter)?
    •What are some of the most common comments authors receive about the novelty, citations, background, methods, or discussion sections of their paper?
    •How to acknowledge positive comments? And how to manage negative comments?
    •How to state politely “Mr. Reviewer A, unfortunately you are absolutely wrong!” if it is fully justified?
    •How to respond to reviewers’ demands for more results or experiments?
    •How to deal with biased reviewers?
  • Essentials of publishing a research paper: A journal editor’s perspective Recorded: Mar 29 2017 67 mins
    Caitriana Nicholson
    When a journal editor reads a newly submitted paper, what things do they look for? What makes them decide to send one paper for review, but reject another paper immediately? A poorly written paper or misunderstanding of journal guidelines may mean you don’t get published in the journal your work deserves. This webinar should help you understand what journal editors look for and how to work with them through the publication process, to increase your chances of publication.
    Who is this for?
    Academic researchers, especially in the sciences, who want to learn more about how to prepare high quality submissions for academic journals.

    Why should you attend?
    Publishing your work in internationally recognized, high impact journals has become increasingly important in the academic community worldwide. This webinar will help you learn more about what journal editors look for in a manuscript, and ways to improve the quality of your submissions. This includes:
    -Before submission: tips for writing and formatting your manuscript
    -The submission process: simple mistakes to avoid
    -After submission: initial review, peer review and manuscript revisions.
    Through this session, you should gain an understanding of how journal editors assess manuscripts, and be better equipped to publish your next paper.
  • 1of3: Selecione a revista certa e evite perda de tempo no processo de publicação Recorded: Mar 27 2017 80 mins
    Karin Hoch Fehlauer Ale
    Este webinar é parte integrante do minicurso "Fundamentos para um artigo de sucesso: escrita, publicação e divulgação", aula 1 de 3.

    Uma das razões mais comuns para a rejeição de um manuscrito é a sua inadequação à revista escolhida, resultando em atrasos na publicação. Além disso, a revista pode ser um critério indireto importante na medição do prestígio de um artigo publicado. Por isso, escolher a mais adequada é fundamental. Nesse módulo, você vai aprender a garantir uma seleção correta de revista, no momento ideal. Discutiremos vários fatores que precisam ser considerados no processo de seleção de periódicos, que vão além de métricas como Fator de Impacto e Qualis. Também compartilharemos uma lista para a verificação desses fatores.
  • Webinar 3 of 3: Best practices for responding to reviewer comments and avoiding Recorded: Mar 24 2017 67 mins
    Steven Ward
    This is a three-webinar certificate course where participants will learn how to structure, submit, and revise an original research article. These webinars will be conducted over three consecutive days.

    All the sessions will be delivered in English.

    Webinar 3: Best practices for responding to reviewer comments and avoiding plagiarism

    The journal ditor largely decides whether or not to publish an article based on the suggestions and opinions of peer reviewers. Generally, the critical comments of reviewers and the revisions required can be painful for the authors. Thus, researchers may become stressed and even grow diffident after receiving their the editor’s decision. In this session, we will explain how to provide adequate responses to reviewer comments in order to increase your chances of publication. We will also discuss how to properly paraphrase in your manuscript in order to avoid one of the most serious problems: plagiarism!

    a.Avoiding plagiarism
    i.Paraphrasing guidelines
    1.Examples
    b.Publication process
    i.Responding to reviewer comments
    c.10 minute Q & A
  • Common Errors in Writing and Submitting Research Papers (Chinese) Recorded: Mar 22 2017 79 mins
    Yang Gan
    Brief description:
    In this webinar, the trainer, Prof. Yang Gan, will cover the most common errors that authors, especially Chinese authors, make when writing and submitting research papers to international journals. He will share plenty of examples and quick tips to help the audience not only avoid critical errors leading to rejection without peer review but also make appropriate revisions if requested by peer reviewers.

    This will be conducted in Chinese

    Outline:
    Part I. 文章被拒的常见错误分析
    1.1 文章被拒稿的根本问题: 不专业!High-quality papers look similar, but each sloppy paper shows various unprofessional features!
    1.2 文章的脸面: 投稿信要专业! Write a professional cover letter
    1.3 《论文写完再认真看一遍,求你了!》
    1.4 血的教训-拒稿 Rejection
    1.5 我的文章:一审退回重投(Decline and Resubmit)
    1.6 避免直接杯具: Is your paper worth your and the peer reviewers’ time?

    Part II. 优秀学术论文写作的超快速入门(关注摘要和讨论)
    2.1 优秀学术论文的写作和内容要求: Accuracy + Brevity + Clarity (ABC)
    2.2 文章写作顺序
    2.3 Discussion的写作要点 — what do the results mean?
    2.4 摘要—文章的广告(见微知著), 摘要的好坏最能体现作者的整体语言和专业素质
    2.5 好文章—图表规范,图注详细

    Part III. 国际期刊编辑稿件处理的全过程揭秘+答复信写作
    3.1 国际期刊编辑系统的工作界面
    3.2 核查作者在出版社的所有记录: 是否重复、切片投稿
    3.3 查重: 某国际期刊结果举例
    3.4 Rejection without peer review (不送审拒稿): 编辑的“最爱”/作者的“最恨”
    3.5 举手表决: 编辑作出不送审拒稿所需的平均时间
    3.6 编辑的主要工作:众里寻他千百度, 找合适的审稿人!
    3.7 修改稿:应全面答复审稿人的意见

    Part IV. Take-home messages: What gets your manuscript accepted?

    This will be conducted in Chinese
  • Webinar 2 of 3: Self-editing for the most common mistakes Recorded: Mar 22 2017 61 mins
    Steven Ward
    This is a three-webinar certificate course where participants will learn how to structure, submit, and revise an original research article. These webinars will be conducted over three consecutive days.

    All the sessions will be delivered in English.

    Often authors, especially early-career researchers, are uncertain about how to prepare a manuscript for submission. Although each journal has its own set of rules, there are a number of tasks common to all that should be considered during the submission phase. In this session, participants will learn how to make their submission complete, and thus make the work of the editor and reviewers easy. The focus will be on choosing the most effective words and the most common mistakes in grammar, style, and formatting.

    a.Self-editing
    i.Word Choice
    ii.Most Common Errors
    b.10 minute Q & A
  • Webinar 1 of 3: Structuring an article Recorded: Mar 20 2017 61 mins
    Steven Ward
    This is a three-webinar certificate course where participants will learn how to structure, submit, and revise an original research article. These webinars will be conducted over three consecutive days.

    All the sessions will be delivered in English.

    Webinar 1: Structuring an article
    At first glance, structuring an article seems like a simple task. However, as researchers begin to write their scientific articles, they often find it difficult to structure their content into the IMRaD sections: Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion. In this session, participants will learn how to structure an original research article into the IMRaD sections. We will also share tips on how to organize bibliographic references.


    a.Structure
    i.The bird’s eye view
    1.Considerations while writing
    ii.Introduction
    1.Literature review
    iii.Methods
    iv.Results
    v.Discussion
    b.Works Cited help
    i.Apps and electronic tools that help
    c.10 minute Q & A
  • Tips for writing an effective, marketable abstract Recorded: Mar 15 2017 52 mins
    Susan King, Mary Nishikawa
    Are you confused about when to write the abstract? Do you need help in understanding how to create an effective abstract? Let’s take a look at the steps you can follow. Also, you will learn about essential elements that make abstracts more attractive to potential audiences.

    Who is this for?
    Early career researchers who are submitting their first paper to an academic journal in the fields of biomedical sciences. This is a beginner-level session, though it is valuable for experienced writers alike.

    Why should you attend?
    Editage Academic Trainer Mary Nishikawa will focus on a checklist that you can use when writing an abstract. She will provide examples of effective abstracts and explain why they are effective. Rockefeller University Press Executive Director Susan King will provide a brief introduction to The Journal of Cell Biology, The Journal of Experimental Medicine, and The Journal of General Physiology.


    How do you register?
    It’s simple!
    •Click on “Attend” in the “Registration” section below.
    •Fill in the short one-time registration form to generate your username and password.
    •You will receive a confirmation e-mail with the link to the webinar.
    •On the day of the webinar, click the link and sign in using your login details.
  • Tips for Korean authors: How to improve manuscript clarity (webinar in Korean) Recorded: Feb 28 2017 70 mins
    Jieun Hani Kim
    This webinar which will be delivered in Korean.

    You will understand why ESL authors fail to write clearly and coherently in English. The contents of the webinar are tailored to the Korean audience, explaining key differences between Korean and English and common misconceptions in technical writing that lead to poor readability and clarity when authors write scientific manuscripts. We will explain through examples how you can increase clarity at various levels of the text.
  • Como responder aos revisores Recorded: Feb 22 2017 73 mins
    Karin Hoch Fehlauer Ale
    Este webinar é parte integrante do minicurso "Como estruturar, submeter e revisar o seu artigo original de pesquisa", aula 3 de 3. O Editor majoritariamente forma a sua decisão sobre publicar ou não um artigo com base nas sugestões e opiniões dos pares revisores. Geralmente, o conteúdo crítico das revisões pode ser doloroso para os autores do artigo revisado. Sendo assim, os pesquisadores podem se estressar e até mesmo se sentirem inseguros quando recebem um artigo revisado com o parecer do Editor. Nessa sessão, ajudaremos você a providenciar respostas adequadas aos revisores do seu manuscrito, visando aumentar as chances de sua publicação.
  • Preparando um artigo original de pesquisa para submissão Recorded: Feb 21 2017 75 mins
    Karin Hoch Fehlauer Ale
    Este webinar é parte integrante do minicurso "Como estruturar, submeter e revisar o seu artigo original de pesquisa", aula 2 de 3. Muitas vezes os autores, principalmente aqueles no início de sua carreira científica, sentem-se inseguros no momento de submeter um manuscrito. Embora cada revista possua um conjunto de regras próprias, existem uma série de tarefas comuns a todas que devem ser consideradas na fase de submissão de um artigo. Venha aprender conosco nessa sessão como deixar a sua submissão completa e assim facilitar o trabalho do Editor e dos revisores.
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