Greetings, We would like to invite all USM members to participate seminar talk at PHS USM Library. You may reserve the seat through online. 40 participants only.
REGISTER HERE URL: https://goo.gl/llk7Jr
Presented by Rosalia Da Garcia, Executive Director, Consortia/Library, Sales & Marketing
- Have you ever wondered what kind of article gets published and why?
- Do you want guidelines from the publishers’ perspectives and what catches our eyes?
- Do you know how to select the right journal to submit your article to?
If you have ever asked any of these questions before, then this is the talk for you. SAGE is delighted to support you with tips and share with you how to improve your success rate at getting your article published. In this 2 hour session, she will go through the Psychological aspects of a successful writer and why should you consider publication. Giving you specific tips on:
- How to write an abstract
- A good query letter to the journal editor
- How to select journal to submit to
- As well as how you should structure your article.
She will also walk you through the process on a week by week basis from start to reviewing your opening and concluding the article. *This session is especially useful for students and junior faculty in their first forays into academic writing.
Biography of the speaker Rosalia studied pure sciences and her first job was as a Banker involved in corporate banking as syndicated loans. She has experiences in various aspects of Publishing from Customer Service and acquiring journals, books and journals/library sales to marketing and foreign rights management and has worked for McGraw Hill, Pearson Education, Wiley and Elsevier. Rosalia is passionate about publishing which she sees as a means of educating the future leaders and researchers of the world. She also love working for SAGE as this is a company which has values and a vision similar to that of her own. Rosalia’s role in SAGE includes developing sales and marketing strategies, engaging in high level discussions with Librarian Directors to explore opportunities to collaborate and promoting Open Access.