Thursday 24 August 2017 10:00am to 12:00pm
Graduate School

This session is designed to further assist you in implementing the best strategies at the point of writing your article, submitting it for publication and communicating about your research before and after it was published. You’ll learn about effective titles and abstract and you’ll understand what mistakes are avoidable when writing an article. You will also discover how to “sell” your manuscript to the editor through a skillfully written cover letter and what to do if asked about peer reviewer recommendations. Other useful tips and tricks will be shared.

This session is most suitable for students who have completed Part 1. 

If you have never published before, then you should first attend the How to Get Publishing Information Session.  

Maximum number for this session is 30 participants.  Register early to avoid disappointment and remember, if you do not attend, not only are you missing out, but one of your peers is as well.  

Please deregister if you are unable to attend.  

The presenters for this session are Elena Danilova and Helen Woodman from Scholarly Communication and Respository Services at the UQ Library.  They provide:

  • Publishing advice
  • Open access advice, training and support
  • Digital publishing initiatives
Cost: 
Free
Accreditation: 
None
AHEGS Approved: 
No
Career Focus: 
Knowledge Transfer and Strategy
Your Research Degree
Skills: 
Professional Skills
Research Skills
Experiences: 
Workshop