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October 10, 2018 | Rachel Winfield, Communications Executive

Academic mentoring for editors and ECRs

An introduction to academic mentoring as a tool for building networks and connections across research communities


Academic mentoring can be a fantastic tool for journal editors and early career researchers (ECRs) alike. Whether you’re looking to foster meaningful connections across research communities, develop your own understanding and skills, or build a professional network, academic mentoring could be the answer.
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