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

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Steven Ward

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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

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