Editage conducts a workshop in Hanyang University of Art and Design at Seoul, South Korea
Basil D’souza, Vice President, Academia and Publisher Relations, Editage, has been working with Universities in Korea to address challenges faced by Korean researchers in getting published internationally. The open air and informal set-up of the workshop was exciting and engaging and had a good turnout.
In the session, Basil D’souza covered the components of a complete and impressive submission package with a special focus on writing a research paper that is publication-ready. Editage with over 16 years of experience in scholarly communications recently launched an Author Training Academy that focuses on coaching researchers on all aspects of the publication process.
Editage, a division of Cactus Communications, was established in April 2002 with an aim to accelerate global scientific research communication. Employing a global in-house workforce of over 750, Editage has served over 240,000 authors and edited over 925,000 papers to date. Editage has facilitated scholars, breaking barriers of borders and tongue, bridging the gap between authors and peer-reviewed journals, and accelerating the process of publishing high-quality research. Please visit www.editage.com to learn more.