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Webinar: How to Get More Involved with a Journal and Develop Your Career

March 15, 2024 396

How to Get More Involved with a Journal and Develop Your Career is one piece of Sage’s webinar series, “How to Do Research and Get Published.” This free webinar is dedicated to showing new and seasoned researchers how to leverage involvement with academic journals to advance your career. Attendees can expect teachings on how to build strong relationships with journal editors, navigate the complexities of the academic publishing process, and understand the peer review process. Regardless of where you may be in your career or where you hope to be, this webinar will crucial knowledge and strategies that will help you propel your career further.

This webinar will be hosted by Janet Salmons and Sean Scarisbrick and will feature an informative Q&A session. Registration and information for this webinar can be found here.

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