Identifying a Target Journal for Publication: Quick & Easy Tips for Researchers

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We are glad to announce that from March 2018, Enago Academy (EA) will be conducting webinars for researchers worldwide. Dr. Durga Sabnis (Content Expert, EA) will conduct these sessions and share publishing best practices with researchers.

This week’s webinar will highlight the importance of selecting an appropriate target journal for your publication needs. Publishing research in international peer-reviewed journals is indeed important. Selecting the right journal ensures that the study gets noticed quickly by the target audience. Publishing in the right journal can fetch you good citations. It can also help you advance your research career and make a meaningful impact on the research community. By publishing in good journals, you can make significant contributions to the existing high-quality literature in your respective fields of study. By following the standard journal selection practices recommended by Enago Academy, researchers can increase the odds of manuscript acceptance.

After this session, you will gain critical information on the following:

  • Understanding the scope, visibility, and discoverability of a journal
  • Assessing the quality of a journal and a basic understanding of some key journal metrics
  • Introduction to important concepts such as copyrights, open access, and peer review
  • Expert tips and a list of tools for selecting an appropriate target journal

 

Webinar Title: “Identifying a Target Journal for Publication: Quick & Easy Tips for Researchers”

Schedule: March 29, 2018 | 10:00–11:00 A.M. (IST)

Kindly send all general queries to academy@enago.com and post topic-related queries on Enago Academy’s Q&A forum (https://www.enago.com/academy/qna/).

We have limited slots for the webinar. Kindly register for the event as soon as possible. Please feel free to recommend this session to your colleagues!

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

  • Durga Sabnis is a published author and has worked for more than half a decade in the dynamic field of oncology research.
  • She pursued her PhD in molecular and cellular biology from the prestigious University of Nottingham. She also worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Southampton’s Oncology Research Centre (funded by Cancer Research UK).
  • Durga has won several awards for her presentation skills at national and international conferences. She was also invited to deliver the inaugural doctoral lecture at the University of Nottingham.
  • Durga is a recipient of several scholarships. She was also awarded the British Federation of Women Graduates (BFWG) foundation grant during the final year of her PhD.
  • At Enago Academy, Durga develops resources on scientific writing and academic publishing for international researchers, in order to facilitate their publication journey.

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