Webinar Examines Open Access and Author Rights
The next in SAGE Publishing’s How to Get Published webinar series honors International Open Access Week (October 24-30). The free webinar is set for October 19 at 4 p.m. BT/11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT.
This month the series is talking all things related to open access, covering issues such as article processing charges (APCs) to transformative agreements and the difference between the licenses, how to tell if a journal is legitimate or predatory, and even discussing how and when others can reuse your work.
Hosted by SAGE’s Jessica Lipowski and Jonathan Collin, the hour-long webinar will provide essential guidance for anyone hoping to get published in an academic journal.
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Jessica Lipowski manages a range of science and medicine journals as a publishing editor on the STM Journals Editorial team. At SAGE, she has worked closely with the author team to create and develop resources to help early career researchers across disciplines better understand the publishing process and publish their research.
Jonathan Collin is a managing editor for the Therapeutic Advances team and has worked in open-access publishing for the past six years. He works on proprietary clinical medicine titles including Therapeutic Advances in Drug Safety and Therapeutic Advances in Vaccines and Immunotherapy as well as on projects relating to plain language summaries. He worked as a clinical pharmacist before joining Springer Nature in 2016 and SAGE in May 2021.
HOW TO GET PUBLISHED WEBINAR SERIES
June 22 (past) – How to select a journal and relevant metrics
July 20 (past) – How to write a journal article and advice on revisions
August 24 (past) – Mentorship and general drop-in session
September 21 (past) – How to navigate the peer review process as an author
October 19 (upcoming – register) – Open access and author rights, in honor of Open Access Week
November 16 (upcoming – register) – How to promote your article and increase citations