Academic Publishing - Editing and Peer Review

Code: FCA650, Offered By: Research Study Skills

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The unit gives an overview of the single- and double-blind peer review process and outlines the differences between trackchanges, a post-graduate publication, and 'real' peer-reviewed journal publishing. Participants will gain a general understanding of style and editorial requirements from an author's perspective, and of the roles of editor, reviewer, and copy editor. The commissioning process will be discussed from the issue of a 'call for papers', through drafting and redrafting, to publication. Participants will have opportunities to ask questions and to consider volunteering for a range of roles on the trackchanges team, as well as gaining some preparation for abstract and article submission.

In 2019-20 the module will run multiple times and will be bookable through eventbrite only. To express an interest please access the online form here:
https://forms.gle/yMQifCzwh517ur6J7

Any available sessions will be advertised on the trackchanges blog here: https://trackchangesjournal.wordpress.com/

Researcher Development Framework Categories:

A1) Knowledge base
A2) Cognitive abilities
A3) Creativity
B2) Self-management
B3) Professional and career development
C1) Professional conduct
C2) Research management
D1) Working with others
D2) Communication and dissemination

Other Information

In 2019-20 the module will run multiple times and will be bookable through eventbrite only. To express an interest please access the online form here:
https://forms.gle/yMQifCzwh517ur6J7

Staff Contact

trackchanges@sheffield.ac.uk  

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