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Events for researchers

Register for our upcoming events at Taylor & Francis

We are delighted to share our upcoming events for researchers.

Please take a look and register your place for the upcoming events which are relevant to you and your research.

The live events will be recorded and made available to all registrants after the talks take place.

So even if you are unable to attend the live event/s we recommend that you still book your place.

Details of more events in 2023 will be coming soon.

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Avoiding ethics issues in academic publishing

Strategies for successful outcomes
  • Wednesday 8th February, 8:00 London GMT / 19:00 Sydney AEDT / 16:00 Beijing CST / 13:30 New Delhi IST / 10:00 Athens & Cairo EET, Cape Town SAST

  • Speaker: Shay O’Neill, Peer Review Policy & Research Integrity Manager

What to expect

This session will introduce the common types of ethics issues which can arise in academic publishing, and equip researchers to recognize and avoid them. It will provide an overview on when, why and how we can issue a Retraction notice, a Correction notice or an Expression of Concern notice.

We will also discuss the responsibilities of authors and editors in making sure the integrity of the scholarly record, and touch upon on authorship issues, permissions & consent, self-citation & text-recycling.

About the speaker

Shay joined the Publishing Ethics and Integrity team in 2018. He provides specialist advice and support on ethical, research integrity, and policy matters to our editorial teams and authors. Shay also promotes awareness and the consistent application of ethical principles and best practice in publishing.
Head shot of Shay O'Neill, speaker at Publishing ethics webinar.

Shay O’Neill

Peer Review Policy & Research Integrity Manager at Taylor & Francis

How to make your research publishable: Avoiding rejection at F1000

  • Thursday 9th February, 3:00 pm IST | 11:30 am SAST

  • Speakers: Diksha Awasthi – Business Liaison, F1000, Ashish Dev Gandhi – Business Liaison, F1000

What to expect

Each year millions of articles are rejected by publications. Even though experiencing rejection in the publishing process is a normal aspect of every researchers’ professional experience, there are ways to ensure your article and other research outputs are at the highest quality for submission while adhering to the publication’s requirements.

This workshop will look at some of the main reasons for articles being rejected at F1000 and provide tips for avoiding that fate.

This session will look specifically at open research publishing, source data, plagiarism, language issues, opinion and review, and author response. Additionally, this webinar will provide an introduction to Open Data at F1000.

About the speakers

Diksha’s role is focused on nurturing partnerships and providing author support within India region. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Diksha worked as a Fulbright Scholar and teaching assistant at University of Utah. She has over 4 years of experience working in the education sector.

Ashish Dev’s role at F1000 primarily involves data analysis & research and provide support to current and prospective partners in the region. He is a post-graduate in economics and a UGC- NET scholar. Prior to joining Taylor and Francis, he has worked with S&P Capital IQ as a Data Researcher.

Diksha Awasthi

Business Liaison at F1000

Head shot of webinar speaker, Ashish Dev Gandhi.

Ashish Dev Gandhi

Business Liaison at F1000

How to influence policy and practice within your research

  • Tuesday 16th February

This webinar is offered at two different times – when you register, select the time which works best for you:

  • 9:30am GMT | 11:30 am EET | 3:00pm IST

  • 4pm GMT | 8am PST | 11AM EST

  • Speakers: Amy Milligan, Associate Publisher, and Callum Scott, Content Acquisition Editor, F1000

What to expect

The world we live in is facing enormous challenges such as social mobility, poverty, public health, climate change, or social and regional disparities. Public policies that seek to address these challenges can only work if the choices made by decision-makers are informed by the best available evidence.
Research is indispensable to policymaking as it can produce good evidence to inform local, national and international policy that, in turn, has the potential to transform lives for the better.
In this webinar, Amy Milligan (Associate Publisher, F1000) and Callum Scott (Content Acquisition Editor, F1000) discuss key steps researchers can take to ensure their work has an impact on public policy, and showcase real success stories. 
Register now to join the session, where you’ll uncover how to:
🔹 Get policymakers to engage with your work.
🔹 Tell the full story of your research through non-traditional article types.            
🔹 Lend credibility to your findings with open data.
This webinar is perfect for researchers across all subject areas and will provide guidance for attendees on how to best prepare and communicate their research for policy influence.
A certificate of attendance is available for all participants.
Can’t make it at this time? Register anyway and we’ll send you the webinar recording after the event, so you can watch it on demand.

About the speakers

Amy Milligan is an Associate Publisher at F1000 with extensive experience working in higher education and scholarly publishing. She holds a BA in History from University of California, Berkeley, and a doctorate in Modern History from the University of Oxford.
Callum Scott is a Content Acquisition Editor at F1000. His work in publishing focuses on Sustainability and Earth Science, and tries to support research communities around the world to ensure they have a platform for their work throughout the different stages of their research, so that their work can have an impact as soon as possible. Callum is also active in academia, writing publications and teaching at the University of York.

Amy Milligan

Associate Publisher at F1000

Callum Scott

Content Acquisition Editor at F1000

Avoiding Rejection: How to successfully navigate the publishing process

  • Wednesday 22nd February, 5pm London GMT | 9am Los Angeles PST | 12pm New York EST | 7pm EET Athens, SAST Cape Town.

  • Speaker: Victoria Babbit, Director of Researcher Development & Outreach at Taylor & Francis Group

What to expect

Each year millions of articles are rejected by journals. While experiencing rejection in the publishing process is a normal aspect of every researcher’s work life, there are ways to reduce the rate of rejection.

Join us for a session that will look at some of the main reasons for articles being rejected and provide tips for avoiding that fate.

The session will look specifically at journal selection, manuscript preparation, publishing ethics, and the peer-review process.

This session continues the Taylor & Francis Researcher Webinar Series 2023.

About the speaker

Victoria Babbit is the Director of Researcher Development & Outreach at Taylor & Francis. Victoria joined Taylor & Francis in 2008 and throughout the past decade has supported researchers as they navigate the rapidly changing publishing landscape. Her work involves engaging with global research communities to build knowledge and capacity related to publishing and editorial activities. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Victoria conducted post graduate research in Geography at The University of Washington.
Head shot of Victoria Babbit, speaker at Publishing your research open access webinar.

Victoria Babbit

Director of Researcher Development & Outreach at Taylor & Francis Group

Are you interested in being a peer reviewer for our journals?

As well as our upcoming training sessions that have specifically curated just for you, we have some peer review modules that you can access at any time. There are 6 modules available, and they are just 3-5 minutes long.

These sessions and modules provide vital information and training on how to be an effective peer reviewer.