Essentials of publishing a research paper: A journal editor’s perspective

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Caitriana Nicholson

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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.

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