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Webinar: How to Write and Structure an Article’s Front Matter

March 15, 2024 356

How to Write and Structure an Article’s Front Matter is the next installment of Sage’s “How to Do Research and Get Published” webinar series. Regardless of how long you’ve been conducting research, this webinar will provide attendees with a lesson on how to effectively create the front matter of an article in order to capture your reader’s attention. Our expert presenters will provide step-by-step instructions on how to optimize the discoverability and visibility of an academic article, allowing attendees to leave the webinar with a stronger understanding of how to strategically and effectively introduce their work.

This webinar will be hosted by Sage’s Jessica Offenberger and Sean Scarisbrick and will feature a Q&A panel at the end of the session. All are encouraged to register for this webinar here.

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