START DATE25/03/2021 - 11:00
END DATE26/10/2021 - 11:00
ORGANISEREURAXESS LAC and North America
EURAXESS Latin America & the Caribbean and EURAXESS North America, in collaboration with Taylor & Francis, bring you a new webinar series about academic publishing! Throughout this year, we are going to explore five different topics within the publishing world.
All events will be held in English and the speakers and detailed content will be confirmed as the webinars' dates come closer.
Free events. Registration mandatory.
Check the full agenda below:
Publishing in Academic Journals - Thursday, 25 March 2021
Slides Victoria Babbit (2.03 MB)
Content: Publishing is an integral element of the researcher process with most academics required to publish at least once in their professional career. Researchers must also navigate a publishing landscape that is constantly evolving. This session is designed for early career researchers who have little to no publishing experience. It will provide a basic overview of the current state of academic publishing to enable a better understanding of the process. The session will cover what to consider when choosing where to publish, Open Access, preparing your manuscript for publication, the peer review process and how to respond to reviewer reports, top reasons for rejection, and how to promote your work.
Speaker: Victoria Babbit, Director of Researcher Development and Outreach at Taylor & Francis. Victoria joined T&F in 2008 and throughout the past decade has supported societies, editors and authors as they navigate the rapidly changing publishing landscape. Her work involves engaging with global researcher communities to build knowledge and capacity related to publishing and editorial activities. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Victoria was a post-graduate researcher within the field of Geography, focusing on migration, at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Slides Genevieve Nesom (2.37 MB)
Content: This session will provide an introduction to publishing ethics, including an overview on the common types of issues which can arise. We will discuss the role that publishers and editors play in ensuring the integrity of the scholarly record, and what authors need to know in order to avoid problems. The session will also provide an overview on when, why and how we can issue a Retraction notice, a Correction notice or an Expression of Concern notice. The responsibility of authors will be discussed, as well as tips on how to prevent problems from arising on submissions.
Speaker: Genevieve Nesom, Ethics and Integrity Manager at Taylor & Francis Group. She joined the team in 2019 and is primarily responsible for responding to whistleblowers. Prior to T&F, she worked in clinical research at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). While at CHOP she managed rare metabolic disease clinical trials. During that time she completed a dual degree master’s degree in public health and biomedical ethics. Her bachelor’s degree is in religious studies, which prepared her for working with content across T&F’s 2,000 diverse journals.
Slides Luke Antieul (1.99 MB)
Content: This session provides useful information to help authors promote their published research and increase the visibility and impact of their work. The webinar covers the following topics with examples and the opportunity to ask questions:
- What is research impact? Why does it matter?
- Importance and benefits on a researcher’s career to amplify their work.
- Exploring the channels available to researchers to promote their work.
- Importance of media and social media promotion.
- Where to find help and support to promote one's published work.
Speaker: Luke Antieul, Director of Marketing – Researchers at Taylor & Francis. Luke specialises on Open Access journals at Taylor & Francis and has 6 years’ experience with the company supporting authors and researchers to find the right journal for their research.
Post-Publication Amplification (how to promote your work) - Tuesday, 27 MayPeer reviewer training - Tuesday, 28 September
Time zones: 9:00 MX, CO; 10:00 ET; 11:00 AR, BR, CL
Content: This event will provide detailed training covering all aspects of how to be a peer reviewer. This workshop will cover all the essentials of how to be an effective peer reviewer, including: Overview of different types of peer review; The responsibilities of a peer reviewer; How to critically assess an article and write an effective report; What to do if you have ethical concerns about an article you have been asked to review.
Speaker: Dr Diana Marshall, Head of Reviewer Programmes at Taylor & Francis Group. In this role she works on projects to support editors in finding suitable peer reviewers and ensuring best practice in peer review, both through improving processes and developing training in how to be a peer reviewer. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Diana was Publisher for the BMC series Journals at BioMed Central and has worked in a variety of editorial roles. Before making the move into publishing, Diana gained a PhD in plant biology from the University of Cambridge.
Peer reviewer training - Tuesday, 28 SeptemberEditor panel - Tuesday, 26 October
Time zones: 9:00 MX, CO; 10:00 ET; 11:00 AR, BR, CL
Speaker and detailed content to be confirmed soon
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