Planning your Publication Strategy: Mid to Late Career
What are the options for communicating your research in a digital environment? How is publishing evolving and how do you choose the most appropriate platform for your target audience?
To help researchers at Warwick negotiate this changing landscape, the Library has created a collection of online resources and webinars to help researchers make informed choices when planning and implementing a publication strategy.
This facilitated discussion will provide researchers in the mid- to late-career stages an opportunity to share experiences around publishing and to review their current publication strategy. The content of the session will be determined by the interests of the participants, but could include topics such as targeting high impact journals, publishing interdisciplinary research, increasing engagement with published outputs or finding and working with collaborators.
Who is it for?
University of Warwick Research Active Staff (staff on Research-focussed, Teaching-focussed and Research and Teaching contracts) who already have experience of publishing.
Workshop enables Research Active Staff (RAS) to:
- Discuss issues relevant to their own publication strategy with a group of their peers in a safe and confidential environment, facilitated by a member of the Library's Scholarly Communications Team
Prior to the webinar, you may wish to explore the Library Moodle course Publishing in a Digital Environment Moodle course which highlights some of the options available to help you make informed choices when preparing your research for publication and provides practical advice and guidance to help you navigate this rapidly changing landscape. A link to any recommended reading will be circulated at least one week in advance.
Tuesday 8th December 2020
13.00 - 13.45
The meeting link will be available one week prior to the workshop
Scholarly Communications Manager
Administrative Assistant, Organisational Development,