If you are an undergraduate at the University of Warwick and are considering writing a paper for the Reinvention journal, or indeed any academic journal, but are unsure of where to start why not sign up for one of our writing for publication training sessions?
Sessions will cover:
- An introduction to writing for publication
- Writing for publication in academic journals
- Preparing a manuscript for submission
- The publication process
- Reinvention: an International Journal of Undergraduate Research
- Peer review
Being a published author is very useful experience, whether you want to study further, or whether you want to move into the world of work.
Through this training you can learn about how academic publishing works, what to do, or not to do, when submitting to journals, and how to write a paper that stands a great chance of being published.
You can also learn about the process of peer review.
These sessions are open to any undergraduate student, not just those studying at Warwick.
There are no session dates booked at the moment, however if you are interested in finding out more about a session please contact Emma Barker, Journals and Conference Manager email@example.com.
Feedback from previous attendees includes:
‘I feel a lot more confident - I have a far better idea of where to start! Thank you – this was a very helpful and enjoyable session’
‘I feel confident, knowledgeable and more convinced that I wish to pursue this as a career in academia’
‘I feel wiser than before. Still positive and actually encouraged that ‘even’ students can be published in established journals’
‘I feel well informed and up for giving it a go!’
Sessions are to be held at the University of Warwick. Please note sessions are usually oversubscribed, you will be contacted to let you know whether or not you have a place.