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主编视角-如何有效地写论文

This webinar offers an in-depth introduction to writing effectively for academic publication purposes. It covers all aspects of writing an academic paper from the title to references from the perspective of editors.

NOTE: This session will be conducted in Chinese.
Recorded Dec 1 2016 62 mins
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  • Beyond open access: Exciting new strategies for science communication Oct 26 2017 1:30 pm UTC 75 mins
    Mr. Satyajit Rout
    Brief:
    Why do authors choose to publish open access? In an ongoing survey by Editage Insights, many authors cite the main reason as “to increase research outreach”. But with more and more research papers being published every year, and more authors choosing the open access route than before, even open access is not enough to give your research the exposure it needs. Moreover, as a scientist, a publication is no longer the end of your research lifecycle. It’s increasingly important for you to find ways to make your research stand out and show its impact on society at large.
    This webinar introduces strategies you can adopt as an author to explain to broad audiences why your findings are important and how your work contributes to society. We will discuss the benefits of science communication in maximizing research impact, demonstrate the different content formats you can use to share your work, and offer you practical examples of what your peers are doing to increase the visibility of their work.

    Who is this for?
    Researchers in academia from scientific, technical, engineering, and medical disciplines; early career and multidisciplinary researchers; senior scientists; university research impact offices and communication/media cells

    This webinar will be conducted in English
  • 한국 저자들을 위한 웹세미나: 과학 논문에서의 수동태 사용 Oct 25 2017 5:30 am UTC 75 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 how and when to use the passive voice in scientific writing.
    •논문 원고 작성에서 수동태 사용에 대해서 더 알고자 하는 연구원 및 박사 과정 학생들을 위한 웹세미나입니다

    Why should you attend?
    This webinar, which will be conducted in Korean, will look at the basics of using the passive voice. We will learn how to form passive sentences; the different ways to write passive sentences; and when to use them over the active voice in manuscript writing. We will look at specific examples from scientific journals to see how voice is used in different parts of a scientific manuscript.
    이 웹세비나는 논문 원고 작성에서 한국 저자들이 흔히 궁금해 하는 수동태 사용을 다룰 것입니다. 수동태 사용의 기초를 배우며 실질적으로 과학논문에서 어떻게 사용이 되는지 여러 예시들을 통해 살펴볼 것입니다. 수동태 문장을 만드는 방법 및 다양한 수동태 형식의 문장들을 배우며 과학논문의 각 섹션에서 수동태와 능동태가 어떻게 사용되는지 배우시게 될 것입니다.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in Korean
  • Writing a research paper in English: Tips for ESL authors Recorded: Oct 10 2017 59 mins
    David Kipler
    Do you feel that because of the language barrier, peer reviewers and readers do not understand your intended meaning or the essence of your study findings? Have you received peer reviewer comments suggesting that your manuscript should be revised by a native English speaker? In this session, you will receive tips on how you can improve your manuscript quality by writing clear and concise scientific English.

    Who is this for?
    Researchers who want to improve their English writing skills in order to reach an international audience.

    Why should you attend?
    Authors whose native language is not English often become anxious when peer reviewers comment that their papers need to be revised or rewritten for better readability and clarity. In this webinar, you will learn to avoid common errors in science writing and ensure that your text is correct, concise, and clear. The instructor will focus on basic principles of good science writing and share important language tips that will help you communicate your work effectively. The session will include an editing activity, to help you understand the process of revising science writing.

    Topics to be covered:
    •What are the characteristics of good science writing?
    •Exercise: editing a descriptive abstract
    Identifying and correcting errors
    •Finding the right expression: Google Scholar
    Useful search strategies
  • 3/3- Manipulação, conflitos, autoria e revistas Recorded: Sep 29 2017 79 mins
    Karin Hoch Fehlauer Ale
    A última aula do curso será dedicada à falsificação e fabricação de dados, conflitos de interesse e ao reconhecimento de serviços de revisão em artigos publicados. Também discutiremos sobre atribuição de autoria e sobre as armadilhas que editoras e revistas predatórias utilizam para atrair autores.


    Minicurso "Seja um pesquisador responsável: publique com ética"

    O minicurso é composto por três aulas que abordarão o comportamento ético para a boa qualidade da pesquisa científica. A conduta antiética existe tanto dentro como fora do contexto do mundo acadêmico. Casos rotineiros de trapaça, fraudes e golpes são exemplos de comportamento antiético que têm consequências graves, passíveis de punição. Na Academia, a conduta antiética também pode ter desdobramentos sérios. O desenvolvimento de boas práticas em pesquisa ética ajuda os autores a publicarem seu trabalho de forma responsável e a evitarem assim rejeição e principalmente retração devido à má conduta. Além de acabar com uma trajetória profissional, a má conduta fere gravemente a integridade da Ciência. Neste curso, forneceremos orientação sobre quais são os preceitos éticos em publicação e como não cair em armadilhas durante o processo.
    This will be delivered in Portuguese
  • 2/3- Plágio, submissão simultânea e fragmentação Recorded: Sep 27 2017 88 mins
    Karin Hoch Fehlauer Ale
    Nessa aula, iniciaremos a exploração de condutas antiéticas específicas. Aprenderemos sobre plágio, submissão simultânea, duplicação e fragmentação de artigos. Para cada conduta, discutiremos o que fazer para evitá-la e quais podem ser as suas consequências.


    Minicurso "Seja um pesquisador responsável: publique com ética"

    O minicurso é composto por três aulas que abordarão o comportamento ético para a boa qualidade da pesquisa científica. A conduta antiética existe tanto dentro como fora do contexto do mundo acadêmico. Casos rotineiros de trapaça, fraudes e golpes são exemplos de comportamento antiético que têm consequências graves, passíveis de punição. Na Academia, a conduta antiética também pode ter desdobramentos sérios. O desenvolvimento de boas práticas em pesquisa ética ajuda os autores a publicarem seu trabalho de forma responsável e a evitarem assim rejeição e principalmente retração devido à má conduta. Além de acabar com uma trajetória profissional, a má conduta fere gravemente a integridade da Ciência. Neste curso, forneceremos orientação sobre quais são os preceitos éticos em publicação e como não cair em armadilhas durante o processo.

    This will be delivered in Portuguese
  • How to Respond to Peer Reviewer Comments Recorded: Sep 26 2017 58 mins
    Steven Ward
    Would you like to have more confidence when you respond to reviewer comments? Are you trying to gain a better understanding of the peer review process in general? Together we will look at the practical aspects of writing a response letter, including responding to reviewer comments.

    Who is this for?
    Anyone who would like to get published in an international academic journal but find themselves intimidated by the review process can join the webinar. It will be particularly helpful to authors that are awaiting an answer to their submitted manuscripts.

    Why should you attend?
    In a very short time, you will develop a very detailed understanding of the entire process. You will know the best tone and format for responding.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in English.
  • 1/3- Ética em Pesquisa e Publicações Recorded: Sep 25 2017 72 mins
    Karin Hoch Fehlauer Ale
    Na primeira aula do curso, conversaremos sobre as bases éticas em pesquisa e publicações. Também abordaremos a detecção de erros honestos e má conduta em artigos. Encerraremos a aula com a retratação de artigos publicados.


    Minicurso "Seja um pesquisador responsável: publique com ética"

    O minicurso é composto por três aulas que abordarão o comportamento ético para a boa qualidade da pesquisa científica. A conduta antiética existe tanto dentro como fora do contexto do mundo acadêmico. Casos rotineiros de trapaça, fraudes e golpes são exemplos de comportamento antiético que têm consequências graves, passíveis de punição. Na Academia, a conduta antiética também pode ter desdobramentos sérios. O desenvolvimento de boas práticas em pesquisa ética ajuda os autores a publicarem seu trabalho de forma responsável e a evitarem assim rejeição e principalmente retração devido à má conduta. Além de acabar com uma trajetória profissional, a má conduta fere gravemente a integridade da Ciência. Neste curso, forneceremos orientação sobre quais são os preceitos éticos em publicação e como não cair em armadilhas durante o processo.

    This will be delivered in Portuguese
  • Tips for Korean authors: How to improve manuscript clarity (webinar in Korean) Recorded: Sep 20 2017 57 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.
  • The basics of writing a scientific manuscript: IMRAD, content, and verb tense Recorded: Sep 19 2017 63 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.

    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 IMRAD, content, and verb tense. Besides learning useful tips to enhance your writing in manuscripts, importantly, we will go through in detail the use of verb tenses specifically to make the paper submission ready.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in Korean.
  • 3/3-Como responder aos revisores Recorded: Sep 15 2017 89 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.
  • 2/3-Preparando um artigo original de pesquisa para submissão Recorded: Sep 14 2017 89 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.
  • Digging deeper into peer review scams Recorded: Sep 14 2017 56 mins
    Sneha Kulkarni
    Have you read news about peer review scams and wondered why these happen? One of the chief reasons behind this problem is the lack of transparency in the peer review process. In this webinar, I will discuss what leads academics to rig the peer review process, based on my paper What causes peer review scams and how can they be prevented? published in Learned Publishing.
    Who is this webinar for?
    This webinar is for journal editors, publishers, publishing directors, peer reviewers, and others who want to understand more about recent peer review scams and possible preventive measures.
    Why should you attend?
    You will learn about why the peer review process is targeted. We will also discuss important topics like the lack of transparency in the peer review process and the factors that lead academics to rig the peer review process. We will end with talking about what steps can be taken to make prevent the peer review process from manipulation.
  • 1/3-Como estruturar um artigo original de pesquisa Recorded: Sep 12 2017 87 mins
    Karin Hoch Fehlauer Ale
    Este webinar é parte integrante do minicurso "Como estruturar, submeter e revisar o seu artigo original de pesquisa", aula 1 de 3. A princípio, estruturar um artigo parece uma tarefa simples. No entanto, ao começarem a escrever seus artigos científicos, muitas vezes os pesquisadores sentem dificuldade em adequar o seu conteúdo às seções de Introdução, Métodos, Resultados e Discussão (IMRaD- Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion). Nessa sessão, você aprenderá como estruturar um artigo original de pesquisa a partir das seções de IMRaD. Também transmitiremos dicas de como organizar as suas referências bibliográficas.
  • How to Respond to Peer Reviewer Comments Recorded: Aug 29 2017 56 mins
    Steven Ward
    Would you like to have more confidence when you respond to reviewer comments? Are you trying to gain a better understanding of the peer review process in general? Together we will look at the practical aspects of writing a response letter, including responding to reviewer comments.

    Who is this for?
    Anyone who would like to get published in an international academic journal but find themselves intimidated by the review process can join the webinar. It will be particularly helpful to authors that are awaiting an answer to their submitted manuscripts.

    Why should you attend?
    In a very short time you will develop a very detailed understanding of the entire process. You will know the best tone and format for responding.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in English.
  • 한국 저자들을 위한 웹세미나: 과학 논문에서의 수동태 사용 Recorded: Aug 23 2017 64 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 how and when to use the passive voice in scientific writing.
    •논문 원고 작성에서 수동태 사용에 대해서 더 알고자 하는 연구원 및 박사 과정 학생들을 위한 웹세미나입니다

    Why should you attend?
    This webinar, which will be conducted in Korean, will look at the basics of using the passive voice. We will learn how to form passive sentences; the different ways to write passive sentences; and when to use them over the active voice in manuscript writing. We will look at specific examples from scientific journals to see how voice is used in different parts of a scientific manuscript.
    이 웹세비나는 논문 원고 작성에서 한국 저자들이 흔히 궁금해 하는 수동태 사용을 다룰 것입니다. 수동태 사용의 기초를 배우며 실질적으로 과학논문에서 어떻게 사용이 되는지 여러 예시들을 통해 살펴볼 것입니다. 수동태 문장을 만드는 방법 및 다양한 수동태 형식의 문장들을 배우며 과학논문의 각 섹션에서 수동태와 능동태가 어떻게 사용되는지 배우시게 될 것입니다.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in Korean
  • How to Respond to Peer Reviewer Comments Recorded: Jul 25 2017 58 mins
    Steven Ward
    Would you like to have more confidence when you respond to reviewer comments? Are you trying to gain a better understanding of the peer review process in general? Together we will look at the practical aspects of writing a response letter, including responding to reviewer comments.

    Who is this for?
    Anyone who would like to get published in an international academic journal but find themselves intimidated by the review process can join the webinar. It will be particularly helpful to authors that are awaiting an answer to their submitted manuscripts.

    Why should you attend?
    In a very short time you will develop a very detailed understanding of the entire process. You will know the best tone and format for responding.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in English.
  • Tips for Korean authors: How to improve manuscript clarity (webinar in Korean) Recorded: Jul 20 2017 61 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.
  • Structuring a Scientific Manuscript: Perspective of a Managing Editor Recorded: Jul 13 2017 79 mins
    Shane Rydquist
    Knowing how to structure a scientific manuscript is half the battle won when it comes to engaging peer reviewers and readers alike. A manuscript that is poorly structured or gives the key message away too soon can often be overlooked when it comes to publication. This webinar will cover the essential aspects of structuring a scientific manuscript, including the Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion, and discuss best practices that can be followed to draft a more cohesive piece of writing.
    Who is this for?
    This webinar is a must for those who write academic or scientific papers for publication in international English-language journals.

    Note that the webinar will be conducted in English.
  • 한국 저자들이 흔하게 범하는 공통적 오류들: 수식어 & 명사 문자열 Recorded: Jun 30 2017 67 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 how to avoid common errors in manuscript writing.
    •논문 원고 영작에서 범하기 쉬운 오류들을 알고자 하는 연구원 및 박사 과정 학생들을 위한 웹세미나입니다
    Why should you attend?
    This webinar, which will be conducted in Korea, will cover some of the common errors in manuscript writing made by Korean authors. Specifically, we will look at errors in modifiers and noun strings. First we will define modifiers, which can be both a word or a phrase, and noun strings. Then we will learn how errors in modifiers and noun strings form, how to detect them, and how to avoid them in scientific writing.
    이 웹세비나는 논문 원고 작성에서 한국 저자들이 자주 범하는 오류 중 수식어 사용과 명사 문자열 사용을 다룰 것입니다. 영어에서 수식어와 명사 문자열의 사용을 살펴보고 어떤 오류들을 범할 수 있는지 다룰 것입니다. 이 웹세비나를 통해서 이런 오류들을 발견하는 것과 피하는 방법들을 배우시게 될 것입니다.
  • Getting published in a high-impact journal: Tips from a senior journal editor Recorded: Jun 23 2017 61 mins
    Dr. Caven Mcloughlin
    It is never easy to get a foothold onto the academic ladder. And, maintaining that foothold requires one to have articles accepted by strong journals.
    Some researchers seem forever to stumble and miss seeing the obvious. Professor Mcloughlin will share his experiences by pointing to some all-too-frequently encountered barriers to publishing success. From his perspective as a long-time journal editor, he will share ‘insider-knowledge’ about the most common mistakes made when submitting manuscripts. Errors can doom the prospects of a submission before it even gets sent out for full review. Sadly, slipups are equally a feature of veterans’ submissions as well as those new to publishing.
    The webinar will draw attention to elements entirely different from those presumed by most authors to be important for generating a journal acceptance. Authors tend to focus on detail and ‘telling the story’ of their investigation. Editors focus on sharing big-ideas; on context, format & structure; on consistency with their journal’s mission; and with compliance to publishing conventions. Displayed in this webinar are the features sought by editors and by reviewers. It can be frustrating for editors and reviewers to receive submissions that have a kernel of clear value but with the value obscured by gaffes ~ simply because the author fails to perceive their work as an editor will see it.
    Editors are less likely to gamble on an author who displays naivety and unsophistication in communicating their research. Gaining an editor’s confidence by delivering what is expected helps buttress the presumption that as an author you are competent and credible as a researcher. The basic message? Align your submission fully consistent with editorial-team’s expectations.

    Note that the webinar will be in English
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