Publishing and reviewing with Taylor & Francis: A Researcher workshop

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Pytchley 101 (adjacent to the Student Centre)

Park Campus

Boughton Green Road

Northampton

NN2 7AL.

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TFbookslogoPublishing and reviewing with Taylor & Francis: A Researcher workshop


Elaine Devine, Senior Communications Manager at Taylor & Francis Group

10 – 11am How to get published in an academic journal: tips to help you succeed Questions / break 11.15am – 12pm How to be an effective reviewer for an academic journal 12 - 12.30pm Breakout review exercise on effective reviews for journals Including feedback and questions 12:30 - 1pm

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1 - 2pm

Taylor & Francis focus group: give your views on the journal article publishing process (optional)

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ElaineDevine is Senior Communications Manager at Taylor & Francis Group, focusing on authors and Open Access publishing. She joined Taylor & Francis in 2014, and regularly runs publishing workshops with researchers, manages the company's author and OA social media channels, runs communications campaigns on new developments within the organization, and manages the Taylor & Francis’ Author Services website. She has worked in academic publishing for over ten years, in books, journals and on digital resources, as well as for organizations such as the National Trust and the Royal College of Nursing.

This workshop is open to any member of the research community at the University of Northampton, staff or students. Further information is available from Miggie Pickton Miggie.Pickton@northampton.ac.uk; 01604 892245).




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Pytchley 101 (adjacent to the Student Centre)

Park Campus

Boughton Green Road

Northampton

NN2 7AL.

United Kingdom

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Organiser The Graduate School, The University of Northampton

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The Graduate School plays a central role providing a University-wide framework for skills development, career preparation and administration to support all postgraduate research degree students, their supervisors and early career researchers.

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