How to Write a Great Research Paper, and Get it Accepted
(Organized by the University Library, LISA)
5 December, 13.30-15:30
Prof. Dr. Norman Kerle
Associate Editor for Remote Sensing (MDPI)
Member editorial board of the open access journal Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences NHESS by Copernicus
Senior Publisher, Life Sciences Department, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Knowing the best way of structuring your paper when writing it, and the most appropriate journal to send it to, really helps in getting your paper accepted. Also, understanding how editors and publishers think and what they expect, and knowing how the peer review process works, gives invaluable insight into the publishing process. Furthermore, the benefits of Open Access publishing will be discussed.
In this seminar, a publisher and an editor will share their experiences with you.
Insights into the publishing process will include: How to submit and how to engage with the editorial office, dealing with revisions, Do’s and don’ts from a publisher’s and editor’s perspective. And some tips and tricks will be presented.
The following speakers will be presenting:
Norman Kerle (Professor at the Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation; Member editorial board Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences NHESS)
And Anthony Newman (Senior Publisher, Life Sciences Department, Elsevier)
Date: Wednesday 5 December 2018
Time: 13:30 – 15:30
To discuss further, there will be coffee from 15:30 till 16:00
Location: Horstring C101
For questions and more information, you may contact José Vroom-van Gorcum firstname.lastname@example.org
To join this meeting, please register here!