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Guide to Getting Published feedback


What do you think?

What did you think of your Guide to Getting Published presentation? Please let us know by completing a brief survey.

Your comments will help us to get these sessions right for you. If you would like a response please contact me, Emma Stevenson directly at [email protected]

What other people think

This is what others have said about previous Guide to Getting Publisheds:

"The Emerald Guide to Getting Published was well received by the participants. Especially new, but also more experienced doctoral students could gain valuable insights into getting published in international research journals. People especially valued the possibility to get in contact with the publisher’s side in the process of academic publishing and participated in lively discussions."
Anita Flitner (Dipl.-Kffr.)
University of Hamburg, Germany.

"The workshop was well attended, and well received by the participants. It provided valuable advice and insights into the academic publishing. The workshop by Professor Peters was very informative and I strongly recommend the workshop to anyone wanting to be published."
Dr. Kim Hua Tan
University of Cambridge, UK.

"It has boosted research dynamics within the school, and resulted in a number of published contributions in journals over the past three years."
Svetlana Cicmil
Bristol Business School, UK.

"The newer members of staff and the new academics who have yet to get published benefited greatly from it."
Joyce Liddle
University of Durham Business School, UK.

"The presentation to our conference attendees about writing good journal articles was outstanding. The advice was extremely helpful... brief but complete, and I plan to take full advantage of the suggestions in my own writing."
Kevin G. Quinn
Chair, IBEC.

"The theme approached was of great interest to the university community. It's very rare to have the opportunity of meeting someone that can provide us with information and advice on what to take in consideration when we are about to write an article for publication, whether it is for a national or international audience."
Maestra Esther Ramirez Godoy
UNAM, Mexico.

"The feedback from all those who participated was extremely positive. We appreciated your clear and open presentation style and willingness to engage with so many questions from our enthusiastic audience. Particularly noticeable was how many people were inspired to believe that it was possible that they could now write a paper on their research and/or practice."
Rosalie Holian
RMIT University School of Management, Australia.

"This workshop was an eye-opener for most of the aspiring writers and a good beginning for the established writers who would like to become reviewers."
John Paul Anbu, K
Head - Periodicals, UNISWA Library, Swaziland

“Informative & motivating, I am more motivated to write up an article for the journal.”
“It was very informative in terms of the actual publication process.”
“It provided a very comprehensive overview of the publishing process. It also made me feel more confident about publishing and more determined to try it!”
“It helped me to understand the way how to manage my research for successful publication. It gave me techniques in order to publish an article.”
A selection of quotes following a Guide to Getting Published at the University of Johannesburg, provided by Sophie van der Walt
Subject Librarian: Economic & Financial Sciences (APK), Management (APK), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

"Let me thank you warmly for the excellent presentation you gave at INSEAD yesterday. It was exactly what we expected, and I am sure our students appreciated it as much as I did ... Thank you for having come from so far away just for this presentation. I hope we can do it again next year."
Pascale Pajona
Head of Libraries, INSEAD, France

"The workshop was very interesting and well attended. It was very useful for me. It gave me a big picture of the paper publishing process. It was very practical oriented giving some advice how to start writing a paper and where to get additional information and help. The main presenter talked about his own experiences on writing his first papers, too. His words have been inspiring me and help me to break through reviewer comments on my papers with more energy."
Dr Milena Alič
Quality manager, Organization, quality and environment division, Mercator, d.d., Ljubljana