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Publishing in Physical Science and Engineering journals
      About the webinar
      Publishing is an integral element of the researcher process with most academics required to publish at least once in their professional career. Researchers must also navigate a publishing landscape that is constantly evolving.
      This session is designed for early career researchers who have little to no publishing experience, looking to publish with a journal from within Physical Science & Engineering. It will provide a basic overview of the current state of academic publishing to enable a better understanding of the process.
      The session will cover what to consider when choosing where to publish, open access, preparing your manuscript for publication, the peer review process and how to respond to reviewer reports, top reasons for rejection, and how to promote your work.

      Profile photo of Richard Gooman, webinar speaker.

      Richard Goodman, Portfolio Manager – Industrial Engineering & Operations Management

      About the speaker
      Rich works alongside editors and societies in a variety of disciplines from mathematical sciences to management. His main responsibility is to ensure the smooth running, development and growth of the industrial engineering and operations management journal portfolio at Taylor & Francis.
      Data reuse success stories: how to ensure your data is reused
      About the webinar
      Academic publishers and funding agencies increasingly encourage researchers to share the data which underlies their research findings. There is evidence that when openly available datasets are reused by other researchers, further research can be supported, and a greater impact across disciplines can be achieved.
       
      In this webinar, Dr. Rebecca Grant and James Barker share success stories in terms of data reuse and provide guidance on how researchers can replicate that same success.
       
      Register now to join the session, where you’ll:
      – Get practical guidance on how you can share your data to maximize its potential reuse.
      – Understand the importance of sharing your data openly.
      – See real-life data reuse success stories

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      Dr. Rebecca Grant, Head of Data & Software Publishing at F1000 and James Barker, Associate Publisher at F1000

      About the speakers
      Rebecca Grant is Head of Data & Software Publishing at F1000. Her work in academic publishing has focused on the implementation of research data policies across journals and the development training and support for researchers to encourage best practices in data management and sharing. She has a background in data management for the humanities and social sciences and was previously based at the Digital Repository of Ireland and the National Library of Ireland. Her doctoral thesis explored the connections between archival theory and research data management practice.
       
      James Barker is an Associate Publisher at F1000. Having joined the business in 2017, he spent three years working as an editor before moving to the publishing team. His role includes generating content and developing new publishing initiatives in the life sciences for F1000Research and its partner platforms. He also works on implementing living evidence across the platforms with a particular focus on living Systematic Reviews, working to develop this new article type and build awareness. He has a passion for open science and innovation, and enjoys opportunities to engage with researchers and find the best way to present and publish their research.
      Increasing the impact of your research
        About the webinar
        How can you make sure your research gets the recognition it deserves? This webinar will explore the tools and tactics that are available to promote your research after publication. We discuss the different groups you may be trying to reach (academic and non-academic), the channels you may wish to use (and common errors to avoid), and case studies where Taylor & Francis authors have taken their findings to a global audience. There’ll be lots of time to ask your own questions too!
        Head shot of Luke Antieul, speaker at Increasing the impact of your research webinar.

        Luke Antieul, Regional VP of Marketing

        About the speaker
        Luke Antieul is the Regional VP of Marketing at Taylor & Francis. Luke has been with Taylor & Francis for seven years, working in a number of roles that support researchers to find the right journal for their research and achieve their publishing goals. Most recently Luke has worked specifically on our full open access journals and worked to educate authors on the benefits of publishing under this model. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Luke’s background was in Geography and he completed his BSc at the University of Southampton, UK.
        Publishing in Life, Earth and Environmental journals
          About the webinar
          Publishing is an integral element of the researcher process with most academics required to publish at least once in their professional career. Researchers must also navigate a publishing landscape that is constantly evolving.
          This session is designed for early career researchers who have little to no publishing experience, looking to publish with a journal from within the Life, Earth & Environmental Sciences. It will provide a basic overview of the current state of academic publishing to enable a better understanding of the process.
          The session will cover what to consider when choosing where to publish, Open Access, preparing your manuscript for publication, the peer review process and how to respond to reviewer reports, top reasons for rejection, and how to promote your work.

          Profile photo for Anindita Pandey, webinar speaker.

          Anindita Pandey, Journals Portfolio Manager at Taylor & Francis

          About the speaker
          Anindita works as a Journals Portfolio Manager at Taylor & Francis. She has a background in Zoology and Biological Anthropology. Her work involves managing and growing a list of journals globally in the area of life, earth and environmental sciences through content growth, acquisitions, and new launches while ensuring they remain profitable and sustainable, and establishing and maintaining relationships with academic Editors and learned societies.
          Publishing your research open access
            About the webinar
            Publishing is an integral element of the researcher process with most academics required to publish at least once in their professional career. Researchers must also navigate a publishing landscape that is constantly evolving.
            This session is designed for early career researchers who have little to no publishing experience. It will provide a basic overview of the current state of academic publishing to enable a better understanding of the process.
            The session will cover what to consider when choosing where to publish, open access, preparing your manuscript for publication, the peer review process and how to respond to reviewer reports, top reasons for rejection, and how to promote your work.

            Head shot of Victoria Babbit, speaker at Publishing your research open access webinar.

            Victoria Babbit, Director of Researcher Development & Outreach

            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.
            Open data in the humanities and social sciences: guidance for researchers
              About the webinar
              Academic publishers and funding agencies increasingly encourage researchers to share the data which underpins their research findings. Data sharing policies may require data to be “open” (both openly accessible, and openly licensed for reuse by others) and “FAIR” (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable).  
               
              In this webinar, Dr. Rebecca Grant discusses how concepts of openness and FAIR-ness can apply to Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) research data. Register now to join the session, where you will:

              – Learn to share your data in a variety of circumstances (including when generating sensitive data related to human research participants or when reusing datasets from pre-existing sources)
              – See real-life examples of open data in practice
              – Get practical guidance on HSS data sharing 
              – Discover the benefits of sharing your data openly
              About the speaker
              Dr. Rebecca Grant is Head of Data & Software Publishing at F1000. Her work in academic publishing has focused on the implementation of research data policies across journals and the development training and support for researchers to encourage best practices in data management and sharing. She has a background in data management for the humanities and social sciences and was previously based at the Digital Repository of Ireland and the National Library of Ireland. Her doctoral thesis explored the connections between archival theory and research data management practice.
              Understanding open research
                About the webinar
                Research funders, institutions and publishers are increasingly talking about Open Research. As a broad term which encourages accessibility, transparency and reproducibility of research and supporting information, Open Research includes the practices of sharing data, code, preprints, methods, or working in new ways such as Registered Reports.
                Join this webinar to hear Head of Open Research, Matt Cannon cover the different areas covered by current definitions of Open Research, and outline some of the policies and practices to support this in place at Taylor & Francis. Hear more about how you can increase the transparency and reproducibility of your research and ultimately have greater impact.

                Headshot of Matt Canon, speaker at 'understanding open research' webinar.

                Matt Cannon, Head of Open Research

                About the speaker
                Matt Cannon is the Head of Open Research for Taylor & Francis based in the UK. He helps set journal policies and establishes best practice to increase the reproducibility and transparency of research. He is a member of the Research Data Alliance, FORCE11 and on the steering group of the STM Publishing Association’s Research Data Project.
                How to get published in Education journals
                  About the webinar
                  This session provides new and potential authors with insight on publishing in Educational research journals. Presented by Portfolio Managers in the Education group, it offers an overview of the key parts of the publishing cycle, including advice on how to select a journal, what to expect from peer review, and tips on how to promote your work following publication.

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

                  Abi Amey, Portfolio Manager

                  About the speaker
                  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.