Ask me anything with Gareth Dyke: Frequently asked questions by researchers
Publishing a research paper is one of the most important milestones in a researcher’s life. Navigating the academic publishing world can be a daunting task if you are just starting out. You are likely to have several questions such as: How do I come up with novel research ideas? or How do I choose the right journal for my research area? or How do I identify a predatory journal?
To answer these and any other questions you may have on academic publishing, we have invited Gareth Dyke who is a paleontologist and serves as the Editor-in-Chief for the Taylor & Francis journal Historical Biology for a live “Ask me anything” session. In this webinar, Gareth will discuss the challenges commonly faced by researchers and provide ways to deal with them. Additionally, he will address any questions that you as the participant in the session have.
What are you waiting for? This live interactive session is your chance to get all your questions on academic publishing answered by an expert.
Date: Thursday, July 30, 2020
Time: 10 am EST
Paleontologist, Editor-in-Chief, Historical Biology, Taylor & Francis
Gareth Dyke manages the Taylor & Francis journal Historical Biology as Editor-in-Chief. His research has been widely covered in the media and he is often invited to present talks and lead workshops around the world, most recently in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, China, Colombia, Spain, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia.
A regular contributor to The Conversation, he has also written numerous news and other popular articles in Scientific American and New Scientist. As a prolific scientific author who has published over 280 articles in peer-reviewed journals including Nature, Science, and Proceedings of the National Academy (USA), Gareth understands the importance of training for research writing skills. Deeply committed to the cause of researcher education, Gareth has unparalleled experience in academic training.