"Understanding peer-reviewed publishing"
Why attend this course?
This course provides a general introduction to the system of peer-reviewed publishing. If you have plans to write a paper for a peer-reviewed journal but don't have a great deal of experience in publishing, this short, one-day course is ideal for you. It will provide you with all the information you need to understand the principles of the peer-review system and the most important aspects of preparing and writing a paper. You will gain an understanding of the benefits and challenges of writing a journal paper. The basic writing and publishing rules provided in the course will help you to develop an idea for a concrete paper, to start writing, and to master the major challenges involved. After the course, you will be a more efficient writer and have greatly increased the chances of your manuscript being published.
What you learn?
The course provides answers on the following questions:
Who should attend?
Participants who have little or no experience of international peer-reviewed publishing and who are looking for an introduction to the general principles of writing a first paper for an international peer-reviewed journal.
What previous participants say about this course?
Venue: in-house at your institute