Elsevier: Publishing Connect Workshop

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The University of Cape Town Libraries will be hosting Elsevier, who will be facilitating an Author Workshop, titled: “Publishing Connect workshop”.

Workshop details:

 

Date: Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Time: 10:00 – 13:00

Venue: LISC Teaching Venue Hlanganani Level 6, Main library, UCT

 

The author workshop will include the following parts:

  1. The academic publishing industry
  2. How is UCT ranking?
  3. Publishing Ethics
  4. How to get published?
  5. Manuscript language
  6. The peer-review process
  7. Open Access Publishing
  8. Getting your paper noticed
  9. Using Scopus

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This workshop will be facilitated by Marc Chahin, Elsevier and Dr Stevan Bruijns, Emergency Medicine Specialist at UCT.

Marc N. Chahin is Executive Publisher and responsible for the Elsevier’s contract publishing portfolio of currently 70+ journals in the Middle East and Africa. Before that he worked as academic publisher in the Economics group of Elsevier where he was in charge of more than 20 journals in the research fields of Economics and Marketing. Marc holds an Executive MBA from Rotterdam School of Management – Erasmus University and a Master’s Degree in Humanities from the University of Utrecht.

Stevan Bruijns, Editor of the African Journal of Emergency Medicine, received training as an emergency physician both in Cape Town, South Africa and Plymouth, England and holds dual registration as a specialist in both countries. He completed his PhD whilst in Plymouth with a topic on trauma pathophysiology, involving vital signs. During this time he became the founding editor-in-chief of the African Journal of Emergency Medicine. It has been Stevan’s goal to improve the visibility & footprint of African emergency medicine research as a niche area, and he works tirelessly towards this goal. Currently employed through the University of Cape Town, Stevan works mainly in research, but spends a day a week at Khayelitsha Hospital on the notorious Cape Flats, dealing with a mixed variety of first world & African specific emergencies. You can follow Stevan on his twitter handle: @AfJEM

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