An in-depth academic publishing course for young researchers
What will you learn?
- Importance of getting published in top international journals
- The journal process flow, from submission to publication
- The different types of scholarly articles published in journals
- How to increase your chances of publication success
- Understand the outcomes of peer review process
- An overview of editorial decision making at journals
Getting your research published is one of the most important milestones in a researcher’s life. However, ensuring your work is good enough to be accepted by a top international journal can be a daunting task for most researchers, even more so when you are just starting out.
This well-rounded course is designed for early career researchers and acts as a life jacket for those plunging into the world of academic publishing. It provides a simple yet detailed overview about the journal publication workflow process, including the many stages involved in getting your work published in a hassle-free manner. Learn about the dos and don’ts at every stage, understand the parameters of publishing, and know how to successfully navigate this stressful process in this in-depth program.
What topics will you cover?
Lecture 1: The importance of academic publishing
Lecture 2: Understanding the publication process
Lecture 3: What type of article you would like to publish?
Lecture 4: More about peer review
Lecture 5: Conclusion and recap
Kakoli has over ten years’ experience in the field of English Communication and Training, the last four of which have been dedicated to academic publishing. She is passionate about helping young researchers and authors, particularly, non-native speakers of English, overcome the barriers of language and publish in international English language journals. In her current role, her aim is to educate researchers about the publication process and good publication practices. She also writes learning content targeted at young researchers. Kakoli’s empathy with authors and her understanding of the problems they face in research writing and publishing is reflected in her article “How do authors feel when they receive negative reviewer comments: An experience from Chinese biomedical researchers."