Publishing journal articles is a key element of a successful research career; this training session prepares you to succeed with your first publishing experiences.
It will cover content planning, how to choose a journal, how to avoid predatory publishers, how to navigate peer review and Open Access publishing.
The session is aimed at PhD students and researchers in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (other Cambridge students and staff are welcome), and the trainer is Dr Charlotte Cooper-Davis of Cambridge University Libraries.
This session will also be offered, either online or in person, in Lent and Easter terms with dates to be confirmed. It is part of the Cambridge University Libraries Research Skills programme.
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