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Springer's Author Workshop
The face of scientific publishing is changing at a very fast pace. Transitions from print to electronic, onset of open access publishing and change in research demographics by geography are a few of the issues being talked about in the publishing world today. How do these changes affect researchers? How can young researchers leverage these transitions to make their work visible? What is Open Access publishing? What are citations and how are they calculated? These are just a few questions that Springer’s Author Workshops address. In this particular Author Workshop, Dr. Akash Chakraborty will speak briefly about the transitions in and the needs of the publishing world, and how young researchers need to prepare for it. This workshop has been devised specifically as a resource for teaching non-native English-speaking researchers, particularly young scientists how to achieve publication success. Some of the key topics covered during this presentation are:
1. Writing for international journals: Language, Style and Accuracy
2. Selecting a journal for your manuscript
3. Peer-review and you
4. Plagiarism, Citations, Open Access : The buzzwords of publishing
5. Predatory journals and publishers - How to spot them

Venue: Seminar Hall, Lecture Hall Complex C.
Date: 20th June 2018
Timings: 2:00 to 4:00 PM

Coordinator: Dr. Bibhuti Bhusan Das, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

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