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Tips for attracting high impact content

Tips for attracting high impact content

All journals strive to improve the quality of the papers they publish. But how can this be achieved? We spoke to Dr Paul Taylor, Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Systematic Paleontology, about his advice for attracting high impact content. Journals need to find positive ways to attract high quality submissions. A journal with a high profile and […]

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How to use events to engage practitioners

How to use events to engage practitioners

Does your journal have a strong practitioner focus? Could you do more to support and develop your authors, so that their research becomes a publishable manuscript? David Shirley, Associate Editor of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Training and Director of the Manchester School of Theatre, spoke to us about how running events for practitioners has helped […]

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Learning from the Australian Scholarly Summit

Learning from the Australian Scholarly Summit

Dr. Maureen Perkins, Co-Founder and Editor of Life Writing, was at our recent Australian Scholarly Summit and found many of the sessions inspiring.  Life Writing is a leading journal in autobiography and biography studies, published by Routledge. Dr. Perkins’ research covers interdisciplinary life writing, family narratives, memoir, and race. Furthermore, the research has an emphasis on whiteness […]

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How to use themed issues to develop a multidisciplinary journal

How to use themed issues to develop a multidisciplinary journal

David Canter, Editor of Contemporary Social Science, explains his approach and experience on how to edit and develop a multidisciplinary journal based around themed issues. Where do you begin with a multidisciplinary journal? How do you bring a multidisciplinary social science journal to life if it has no central topic? It’s a challenge as authors tend to […]

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How to create a Special Issue for your journal

How to create a Special Issue for your journal

A Special Issue is an issue of your journal dedicated to one chosen topic. It should contain the latest work on that subject. And if you create a Special Issue well, it can be a unique and valuable reference source for every researcher interested in that area. To help you create a Special Issue and get […]

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