ABOUT THE RESOURCE
In this webinar guest speaker, Chloe Turner, Library Trainer at SAGE Publications, provides insight into how SAGE approaches the publication of a journal article.
Academic journals have notoriously stringent acceptance criteria, and there is a huge amount of quality research submitted to journals every day, so how can you make sure you give yourself the best start in the publication process?
This ‘How to get published’ webinar gives you some great tips on increasing your chances of having a journal article accepted for publication. Turner talks about key factors that impact the chances of acceptance, such as ensuring the quality of your research methodology, choosing the right journal, preparing your manuscript, and responding appropriately to the peer-review process. By the end of the webinar you have some top tips that you can use as you prepare your research for publication, and some helpful resources to help you on your journey.
- Download the slides from the webinar (PPT)
- If you want to publish with SAGE and make your articles open access, you can benefit from EIFL-negotiated waivers and discounts on APCs
- Further information and tools from SAGE:
- See three useful videos: 'Choosing a journal', 'Submitting your article' and 'Promoting your paper'.
- SAGE PATH journal finder, a free-of-charge service to help authors decide which SAGE journal is the best fit for your manuscript.
- Think. Check. Submit. will help you to identify trusted journals.
- ‘How to write a good article’ by Eloisa Martin, former editor of Current Sociology, discusses the main challenges of academic writing and publication in scientific journals; reveals common mistakes in the process of manuscript submission and review, and offers possible solutions.
- COPE (Committee of Publication Ethics), educates and supports editors, publishers and those involved in publication ethics.