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Peer-reviewed journals: what you need to know about publishing (for the Faculty of Education)
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Description

This course answers all the questions that come up when you start to publish your research in academic journals. It will be a fast-paced overview of the publishing process, from choosing a journal to dealing with peer-review. We will also explore some recent developments in the publishing landscape: the preregistration of trials and preprints. By the end of the session, publishing will seem less daunting and you will be able to avoid of common pitfalls.

Target audience
  • PhD students
Aims
  • Consider how to chose a journal, including the use of impact factor and other metrics
  • Understand the growing movement towards Open Access publishing
  • Know how to spot predatory publishers
  • Understand how preprints and the preregistration of science work and what advantages they bring
  • Understand how the peer review process works
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Presentation

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Duration

One 90 minutes session

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