What editors look for in a manuscript: Ask Me Anything with Caven Mcloughlin!
Every year, millions of authors submit their research manuscripts to their target journal in the hope of being accepted, but less than 10% get accepted. So, is there anything you can do or add to your submission package to boost your chance of acceptance and credibility as a researcher? Are there any elements of a manuscript that influence an editor’s decision? What DO journal editors look for in a submitted manuscript? If you’re looking to get published in a top academic journal, this is your chance to get all your questions answered!
Join us for a free webinar with Dr. Caven Mcloughlin, a professor, journal editor, and academic trainer with over 100 published papers. As part of this live interactive session, he will share practical advice for authors, explain often confusing submission guidelines, outline how to handle authorship and re-submission after rejection, and offer expert insights on what editors expect to see in a submitted manuscript. Dr. Mcloughlin will first delve into key aspects every author should keep in mind while submitting their manuscript, with the second half dedicated to answering any questions you may have on the topic.
Don’t miss out on what promises to be an educational, enriching experience that is relevant for authors around the world. Sign up for this live interactive session with the chance to get all your questions on manuscript submission and what editors look for in a paper answered by an expert.
Date: Monday, November 30, 2020
Time: 2 PM UTC (09 AM EST; 7.30 PM IST)
About the speaker
Dr. Caven Mcloughlin | Professor, Journal Editor and Academic Trainer
Caven Mcloughlin is the professor of Psychology at Kent State University, Ohio, USA. He is an active Fulbright Specialist in journal and grant writing, with a mandate to consult with faculty about how to get their work accepted by prestigious, high-impact, English-language journals. His work with scientific, medical and social science researchers in universities in China, India, Turkey, South Korea and South Africa has further fueled his passion to help young authors achieve their publishing goals. Dr. Mcloughlin is a prolific researcher and has published over 100 research papers and chapters as well as written, edited, and contributed to 10 books. He is also the editor of School Psychology International Journal and has a collective experience of 20+ years as a journal editor.