September 11, 2018 |
An early career researcher shares advice on how to get started
Peer review is an essential step in the publishing process. It’s also one of the most challenging areas for journal editors.
Editors are always on the lookout for new reviewers. But finding the right reviewers for every submission is difficult. It’s important for editors to ensure they're using a diverse and balanced pool of reviewers.…
August 29, 2018 |
Dr Steve Cross, Founder of Bright Club, shares his tips for research communication
In this keynote presentation from the London Scholarly Summit, Dr Steve Cross explores a range of creative, effective ways to disseminate academic research and raise the profile of your journal in today’s “golden age of research communication”.Read more...
August 14, 2018 |
Associate Editor of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Training
Does your journal have a strong practitioner focus? Could you do more to support and develop your authors, so that their research becomes a publishable manuscript?
David Shirley, Associate Editor of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Training and Director of the Manchester School of Theatre, spoke to us about how running events for practitioners has helped to generate new content for his journal.…
August 13, 2018 |
Editor-in-Chief of Cities & Health
Marcus Grant shares his experience of developing a new content format targeting practitioners
Does your journal speak to practitioners and policy-makers? Are you publishing content with the potential to make real-world impact? We spoke to Marcus Grant, Editor-in-Chief of Cities & Health, about an innovative content format designed to target policy-makers and practitioners.
Read on to find out how his ‘City Know-how’ articles are bringing academic content to a wider audience.…