Learn How To Be A Successful Corresponding Author
Prof. Caven McloughlinPh.D., Professor, Kent State University, Ohio USA
This comprehensive video course will help you master the key roles and responsibilities that come with the position of corresponding author, with get expert tips on how to get things done right.
What you learn
Who can become a corresponding author
What are the various roles and responsibilities
Why being a corresponding author is a valued role
How to strategize and plan responsibilities to avoid fallout
A corresponding author is usually the senior author who provides the intellectual input and feedback in a collaborative project. He/she designs and approves the protocols to be followed in the study, apart from handling manuscript correction, proof reading, correspondence during the paper submission, handling the revisions and re-submission of revised manuscripts until they get accepted. It's ironic that something as important as this role doesn't have more attention and better preparation.
This specially created course aims to provide insight into how to be a corresponding author, keeping in mind there is no formal training on the subject. It provides key learnings and background on the roles and responsibilities that a corresponding author needs to master and expert tips on how to get things done right. By the end of the course you will get a sound idea of how can play your part effortlessly by the time you do this for yourself and your colleagues.