Emerald Group Publishing and Cabell’s International to Co-Host Free Publishing Webinar for Early Career Researchers

Instructional session will provide insights on how ECRs can get their research published

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Emerald Group Publishing, a global publisher linking research and practice, and Cabell’s International, a resource specializing in connecting researchers, librarians and academics to discipline-related journals - will co-host “Publish, Not Perish” a free webinar for early career researchers on ways to improve their chances of getting published. 

Getting published is the mainstay of a researcher’s career path.  Developing a portfolio of published works opens doors to funding, increased visibility within the respective discipline and career advancement.  With the millions of papers submitted every day for journal consideration, what do editors look for when considering what they will, or will not, publish?

In this free webinar, Simon Linacre, executive publisher, Emerald Group Publishing, will provide insights into the academic publishing process and what researchers need to know about preparing an article for submission that will increase its odds of publication. 

“Early career researcher professional development is essential if the United States is expected to have a well-trained researcher workforce,” said Linacre.  “This webinar is one of several free resources we provide, affirming our commitment to researcher education.”  

“For more than thirty years, Cabell’s has been providing tools and resources to develop improved processes for journal access,” said Sheree Crosby, Vice President of Global Marketing. “This webinar is an extension of several services we are pleased to provide.”

“Publish, Not Perish,” a free webinar by Emerald Group Publishing and Cabell’s International, will take place on Friday, September 18, 2015. Two 30 minute sessions will be held to accommodate researchers on east and west coasts: Noon to 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (EDT).  The webinar is recommended for early career researchers in all disciplines, but faculty, graduate students and mid-to-late career professionals may also find the content useful. Advance registration is required www.cabells.com/register Deadline for registration is Wednesday, September 16, 2015.   The session will be recorded and archived for future reference on the Emerald Publishing Group website on Monday, September 21, 2015.