Editor Spotlight: getting published in Education Journals

What the event covered

In this webinar, we put a spotlight on how to get published in Education Journals in a conversation with two of our Senior Editors from Cogent Education.

We are excited to introduce to the series Professor Anatoly Oleksiyenko and Dr Marnie Best to give their insight on the publishing landscape within this field and share the editor’s perspective on what researchers can do to make their submissions more successful.

We will also be joined by Abi Amey who will begin the session by taking attendees through a basic overview of the current state of the academic publishing landscape, to equip attendees with an understanding of the process, of getting an article published in Education journals like Cogent Education.

See behind the curtain and ask your questions to our experts to demystify the path to getting publishing in this discipline.

This webinar is designed primarily for researchers with little or no previous publishing experience, & those that are seeking to engage more closely with the scholarly discourse within journals in this field.

This webinar is part the Taylor & Francis Researcher Webinar Series 2024.

About the speakers

Anatoly Oleksiyenko is Professor of International Higher Education at the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). His research focuses on the challenges of globalisation in higher education and transformations of universities in the 21st century. His publications address the dilemmas of agency of internationalization in higher education, complexity of governance, and ethics of leadership in neoliberal universities. He is a world-leading scholar on the challenges of organizational change in post-soviet higher education. His paper “On the Shoulders of Giants? Global science, resource asymmetries, and repositioning of research universities in China and Russia” (Comparative Education Review) received CIES-HESIG’s Best Article Award in 2016, and his book Global Mobility and Higher Learning (Routledge) won the Best Book Award from CIES’ SIG International Students and Study Abroad in 2019. Professor Oleksiyenko holds a PhD in Higher Education from OISE-University of Toronto.

Dr Marnie Best is the Senior Editor for the Inclusive and Special Education section of Cogent Education. Marnie is a lecturer and researcher in Education Futures at the University of South Australia and holds a Doctor of Philosophy and a Bachelor of Education (JPP) (First Class Honours). Marnie lectures at postgraduate and undergraduate levels, with experience in inclusive and special education, disability studies in education, educational psychology, and sociology. Her research focuses predominantly on inclusive education and disability studies in education, and the nexus between inclusive policy and practice.

Marnie holds research expertise in adolescent wellbeing, alternative education provision, educational marginalization, and sociocultural theory. In addition to her role as a Senior Editor for Cogent Education, Marnie is the Executive Editor of the Journal of Disability Studies in Education and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Inclusive Education.

Abi Amey has worked on the Routledge Education journals team since 2019 and manages journals related to Early Years Education, Moral, Religious and Philosophy of Education, and History of Education. She also manages the fully Open Access titles. Abi has a BSc in Sociology from the University of Surrey and is based in Brighton, UK.  

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Online

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publishing your research

The speakers

Professor Anatoly Oleksiyenko

Education University of Hong Kong, Senior Editor for International and Comparative Education

Dr Marnie Best

University of South Australia, Senior Editor for Inclusive and Special Education

Headshot of Abi Amey, speaker at 'how to get publshed in education journals' webinar.

Abi Amey

Open Access Portfolio Manager (Education journals) at Taylor & Francis

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