Enago’s Interactive Workshops Helps Chinese Researchers Polish their Publishing Skills
Beijing, China: Chinese researchers are making great strides in research across diverse fields. In order to help them publish this cutting-edge research in high quality peer reviewed journals, Enago in collaboration with Hebei University, North China Electric Power University, Changchun University of Science and Technology, Henan Normal University, Tianjin University of Technology, Liaoning Normal University, Central South University of Forestry Science and Technology, and Zhengzhou Normal University, organized a series of author workshops. These sessions were conducted by Enago’s publishing expert, Dr. Mingfang Lu.
During these sessions, Dr. Lu provided expert tips on how researchers can conduct ethical research and write good quality manuscripts based on it. While talking about his experience regarding these sessions, Dr. Lu commented, “In order to keep up with the publish or perish culture in academia, researchers need to publish their work. Through these workshops, Enago wants to educate Chinese researchers regarding all the key aspects of academic writing and publishing to ensure that they not only sustain but also succeed in their academic careers.”
Professor & Dean Xiaobing Yan from Hebei University commented, “We learned a great deal about academic publishing and research ethics from Dr. Lu’s excellent lecture. Enago lecture also got one of the biggest audience ever in the university.” Furthermore, Professor Honghua Zhong from Central South University of Forestry Science and Technology said that, “Professor Mingfang Lu gave us a very good talk on academic publishing. He has the best knowledge about STM publishing which was very useful to the researchers.” Finally, Professor & Dean Xianqi Dai from Zhengzhou Normal University said that, “Professor Mingfang Lu gave us a very good talk on academic publishing, especially with his strong background in scientific publishing and research. We look forward to collaborating with Enago again for future workshops and publication support.”