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Announcing a live Q&A for researchers on Twitter!

Announcing a live Q&A for researchers on Twitter!

Holiday season is around the corner, and everyone is rushing to complete their work before the festivities begin. As a researcher, you must be really busy preparing your manuscript, replying to peer reviewer comments, or making revisions, trying to complete as much work as possible before the holidays. During such busy times, there are occasions when you are stuck or confused and don’t have time to look for information. Don’t you wish, at times, that you could get all your publication-related doubts resolved instantly?

Well, you can now do just that with the Editage Insights team! Join us on December 17 and 18 from 14:00 to 15:00 UTC for a live Live Twitter Q&A for researchersTwitter Q&A session with the Editage Insights team. This is your chance to tie up all those loose ends before the holidays and ask us ANY question related to academic publishing, especially

  • manuscript preparation
  • publication process
  • manuscript status tracking
  • communicating with journals
  • publication ethics

To participate, all you have to do is tweet your question, adding the hashtag #DearDrEddy. We will be racing to answer as many questions as possible, so start sending in your questions now to make sure you get his attention! Special prizes will be awarded for the most interesting questions.

You’re not on Twitter, you say? Haven’t you heard how great social media presence is for researchers? Sign up now and follow @Editage for more updates. We look forward to your participation!

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