★Oct. 27 18:00-19:00<br>Common Errors and How to Avoid Them
- Common Errors and How to Avoid Them -
|Academic publishing is a very competitive environment. Journals are constantly searching for high-quality manuscripts to publish and must make quick editorial decisions. |
Small errors can affect a journal’s impression of your manuscript. These errors may only slow down the peer review process, or they may result in your manuscript being rejected by the editorial office. During Forte’s more than 30 years of service helping scientists write and publish manuscripts in major journals around the world, we have identified several common errors that authors make in their manuscripts. By addressing these points before submission, you may have better success with your next manuscript.
|Date and Time||October 27, 2020, 18:00-19:00|
|Lecturer||Mr.Greg Adams (Manager of the Production Division at FORTE Science Communications)|
He is a 15-year veteran of the science communications industry. In the course of his career, he has edited a wide range of medical and technical papers that have been published in high-impact journals around the world. Based on his extensive experience in the academic publishing industry, ranging from the planning stage to the post-publication stage, He has provided practical training on the skills necessary to write research manuscripts to both young researchers and senior scientists at universities, hospitals, and research centers throughout Japan. In addition, he provides behavioral training and coaching in oral presentation skills for both small groups and large audiences.
|Content||This seminar will provide essential advice on common errors that are found in submitted manuscripts:|
-Common language/grammar errors
-Overlooked requirements in the Instructions to Authors
|Document・Video||Missed-program webcast / Slide (The video will be available the day after the seminar for one month.)|
|Sponsor||URA Division, Research University Promotion Organization|
|Contact Information||Books and journals clerk|