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Journals: publishing your research effectively (for PhD students in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences)
Prerequisites


Description

Publishing journal articles is a key element of a successful research career. As you are starting on this journey, you may have a lot of questions, for example:

  • Where and how should I publish my research?
  • How do I maximise the number of readers and citations?
  • How should I respond to reviewers?
Target audience
  • PhD students in HASS subjects
  • Other PhD students and postdocs also welcome
Prerequisites

To make the most out of this session, please complete the pre-work and bring your notes with you. You will examine some examples of peer review and author's responses, which should take 30-40 minutes. Instructions can be found here: https://universityofcambridgecloud.sharepoint.com/:w:/s/CUL/departments/OSC/EZ4W-_vxcjhCo35IxM2Xa28BxIw_-ZVSv03ABQVGfKBKAA?e=S6edEo

Topics covered

This training session prepares you to succeed with your first publishing experiences. We will cover:

  • How to plan the content of your publication
  • How to chose a journal by considering its scope, prestige, timescale and access model
  • How to avoid falling into the traps of predatory publishers
  • How to navigate the peer review process
  • Open Access publishing
Format

Interactive session

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Duration

One session of one hour

Frequency

Once a term

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Theme
Academic Publishing

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