This event is virtual and will run online
This is one of two identical courses, one of which will run on the dates indicated here, with the other one running on 10-12 June 2020. You can register for either course using the link at the bottom of this page.
This is a relaxed three-day workshop for doctoral researchers seeking to publish in international peer-reviewed journals. It focuses on the key criteria involved in journal editors’ selection processes and peer-review. Based on the inside knowledge of an experienced academic publisher, it is designed to develop essential skills in writing articles in order to increase researchers’ chances of placing their work in premium scholarly journals, to the benefit of their academic profile and career prospects.
The workshop demystifies the processes of peer review, providing insights into the selection process, a survival guide for the uninitiated, and advice on how to make the most of this vital element of the publishing system. It goes on to cover the stages of journal production, covering publishing practicalities including important questions relating to copyright and open access. The final section of the workshop is devoted to a practical guide to writing the abstract for a journal article, helping researchers to find clear and powerful ways to summarise their articles and enhance the profile of their work.
Click here to register for a place (WRoCAH students only currently)
|Why publish, and where to publish?
What journal editors look for
Addressing your readership
Presenting a scholarly argument
|The peer-review process
Writing an abstract for your article
Josie Dixon is an experienced research training consultant and specialises in running workshops for postgraduates, postdoctoral researchers and staff in the humanities and social sciences. She has over 40 university clients in the UK, running right across the sector from Oxford and Cambridge to post-1992 universities. Her international clients include universities in Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and the USA.