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Learning activity

TitleNewcomers: finding a journal to publish in
OverviewPublishing is large part of the research lifecycle, as it’s a way of disseminating results to a wider community. Knowing how to identify the best outlet for your work is an essential skill for researchers, as it can reduce the amount of time spent on the publishing process. This session will go through the process of finding the best outlet for your work when you want to get published. In the session we will explore several tools that can be used to identify a journal to publish in. In addition, participants will learn how to spot predatory journals (often called ‘fake journals’) and learn how to avoid these. At the end of the session participants will be able to ask any questions about publishing in a journal. The Zoom details for this session are:
Learning outcomes
  • Give participants some tips that can increase the chance of acceptance from a journal.
Book Event 1
PresenterHannah Pyman
Date and time12:00 to 13:00 Thursday 2 December 2021
Available places48
Booking instructions
University of Essex employeeUse the link provided above to book your place via HR Organiser.
Partner institutionPlease discuss with your point of contact at your Partner Institution in the first instance.
Student Union contractors; PhD studentsPlease contact the Organisational Development team.