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Thursday, April 9 • 1:30pm - 2:55pm
TH1.30.00 ‘How to Get Published’: a Presentation for Early Career Researchers in Urban Studies

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Kay McArdle is a Publisher of Geography, Planning and Development journals at Elsevier in Oxford, UK. She manages a portfolio of 20 academic journals in this disciplinary field.  During this session, Kay will talk you through the basics of getting your paper published in a journal.  Ideal for early career researchers and graduate students, the workshop guides you through all the essential stages of manuscript preparation, including background information on the publishing industry as a whole.  The majority of the session looks at manuscript structure, from your title and keywords, right through to the conclusion and references.  There will also be a brief introduction to using correct scholarly language – particularly useful for non-native English speakers.  By the end of the session, all the essential criteria will have been covered to make sure your paper can be a success!  There will be plenty of time for questions at the end. Kay will also be at the Book Exhibit – feel free to call by.

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Kay McArdle

Publisher - Geography, Planning & Development, Elsevier Ltd.
Publishing articles in an academic journal.

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Kay McArdle

Publisher - Geography, Planning & Development, Elsevier Ltd.
Publishing articles in an academic journal.

Thursday April 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:55pm
Trinity (2nd floor)