Do you want to know more about publishing?
Aimed at Science students (but everyone welcome), this fantastic event series will go through the whole publications process – including the peaks and pitfalls, dos and don’ts, pros and cons.
Learn more about the process of academic publishing in this presentation by a leading global publisher, Springer Nature.
Anton Van Rensburg, Editor at Springer Healthcare, will discuss the process of publishing, including:
- What does an editor look for in a manuscript?
- What does a good Original Research Article look like?
- What is the Editorial Process?
- How to properly revise a paper
- Journal selection and Open Access
There will also be time for a Q&A with Anton following his presentation.
10am, Monday 9 September in the Australian Centre on China in the World (Lotus Auditorium).
Join us for a keynote presentation delivered by Professor David Tscharke from the ANU College of Health and Medicine.
This will be followed by a panel discussion titled 'Risks and tips for publishing in the new era', moderated by Dr Estee Tee (ANU College of Science).
Panel members include:
- Dr Robert Mun (Australian Research Council)
- Dr Stephanie Goodhew (ANU College of Health and Medicine)
- Dr Melanie Carmody (ANU College of Science)
- Roxanne Missingham (University Librarian)
Light refreshments will be provided.
9am, Thursday 12 September in the R.G. Menzies Library (McDonald Room).
How do you go about writing a journal article? In this workshop, Academic Skills will cover how to plan and structure an article, and how to write effectively to communicate an argument.
10am, Thursday 19 September in the R.G. Menzies Library (McDonald Room).
So come along to one, two or all of these free events and learn more about the process of academic publishing!
These events are brought to you by ANU Library, ANU Press, PARSA, NECTAR, and ANU Academic Skills.