Around 3 million scientific articles
are published yearly in some 42,500 peer reviewed journals. This growth is
exponential and raises questions of whether your research stands out from the
crowd, attracts fellow scientists to read and cite, and is available to
funders, evaluators, and potential collaborators in their searches so that it
receives the credit it deserves. In the current era, open access and social
networks play a vital role in making research visible to the world. These
elements help researchers to be more visible and influential in their respective
research field. Therefore, a well-thought-out publication strategy has become
an essential tool for success.
workshop will focus on factors in developing a publication strategy for an
individual as well as a research group. The workshop is a combination of shorter lectures and hands-on
This workshop is open for all doctoral
students including industrial doctoral students affiliated with Chalmers University of
We aim to
- to increase awareness of
publishing issues and maximize the impact of Chalmers’ research.
- to broaden the use of different
media in the development and dissemination of knowledge.
to encourage thinking
about how to develop a publishing strategy.
Intended learning outcome
At the end of the workshop, the participants will be ablle to
- evaluate factors that make research more visible and
understand how to increase visibility in academic
use online tools for choosing and assessing publication
understand open access policies and self-archiving,
ensure publication traceability and authors
solve authorship conflicts while conducting
- get recognition for peer-review activities,
identify and avoid questionable journals and
- create plans for research data management.
can either join with a title, abstract and keywords for a manuscript in
progress, or any published article to be used in the workshop for the demonstration
of how to use the recommended online tools to find relevant journals for
October 12 and November 16 (register for one of the dates).
13:00 - 15:30 (including break).
Maximum 25 persons (first come, first served).
at: https://tinyurl.com/CLS-Workshop-2020 (October 7,
2020 is the deadline).
registered participants will receive a Zoom link before the workshop.
Jakaria Rahman and Stina Johansson, Bibliometric analysts at the Division of
Research Support, Bibliometrics & Ranking in the Department of
Communication and Learning in Science.
For any questions or comments, communicate at firstname.lastname@example.org.