How to Publish in Academic Journals - Talks in Oct and Nov 2016

Date: 
07/10/2016 to 14/11/2016

Do you want your research papers to be published in quality academic journals? The following three talks organized by the Library are to provide researchers and postgraduate students information and tips on writing and publishing with international journals. The Library is pleased to invite IEEE, Taylor & Francis and Springer Nature, three of the world’s leading publishers of academic journals, to conduct these talks. CUHK researchers and postgraduate students are all welcome to join.

 

1. Quality Publishing with IEEE

Date: 13 Oct 2016 (Thu)
Time: 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Topics:

  • How to select an appropriate IEEE periodical or conference
  • How to organize your manuscript
  • Working through peer review
  • Tips on avoiding common mistakes that will prevent your manuscript from being accepted

Speaker: Ms. Qing LI, Client Services and University Partnership Program Manager, IEEE

Online Registration: Click here to register

 

2. Publishing in Academic Journals – Tips to Help You Succeed

Date: 8 Nov 2016 (Tue)
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon

Topics:

  • Why publish and choosing the right journal
  • Tips on writing for a journal
  • Ethics of publication
  • Promoting your journal article

Speaker: Ms. Jennifer LIEN, Managing Editor (Journals) - Humanities & Social Sciences, Taylor & Francis Asia Pacific

Online Registration: Click here to register

 

3. How to Get Published in Nature and Its Sister Journals

Date: 14 Nov 2016 (Mon)
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon

Topics:

  • Which journal should you choose?
  • What is Nature Communications?
  • How should you write up your research to maximize its impact?
  • How to prepare a submission and how they are handled
  • What is Open Access and why should you care?

Speaker: Dr. Ed GERSTNER, Executive Editor & Chief Advocate of Open Research, Nature Research, Greater China

Online Registration: Click here to register

 

Language: English

Venue: User Education Room 1, G/F, University Library