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Wed 15 May 2024
09:30 - 12:30

Venue: CHEM Online Zoom 1

Provided by: Department of Chemistry

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Chemistry: Fundamentals of the Publication Process: Strategies to help you be more proactive for publication success (Live Online using Zoom)

Wed 15 May 2024


How are you approaching getting published? Are you (passively) writing up your research, submitting your article and hoping for the best? Or are you (proactively) doing your best to get your work published into your intended journal and so contribute to your discipline and society? If it’s more the former than the latter, that’s OK: this introductory ‘Fundamentals of the Publication Process’ aims to help you to help yourself to be as successful as you can.

In the process of this practical and pragmatic half-day session outlining a series of proactive steps that you can take, this course will explore among other topics:

  • how to select a target journal
  • the peer review system in terms of submitting, revising and re-submitting
  • how to communicate effectively with editors and reviewers
  • explore what editors really look for
Target audience
  • PG students in the physical sciences

Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Wed 15 May   09:30 - 12:30 09:30 - 12:30 CHEM Online Zoom 1 Matthew Lane
  • 1x 3 hour online session
  • 1x 3 hours
  • Once a year or less

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