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From research to publication – The essential guide to getting published
Wiley Researcher AcademyCertified microlearning courses for research and publication success
Learn the importance of communicating your research and documenting your findings with exclusive tips and strategies for publication success by one of the world’s top publishing companies.
Wiley Reseach Academy + R Upskill
What you learn
Importance and benefits of publishing primary research findings
Typical structure of a scientific article and its 6 publishing phases
How to identify differences between primary and secondary research
Communicating your research story to a global audience in English
Using the SNIP process to improve your chances of journal acceptance
Research design as well as relevance and scope of your research question
Planning an effective keyword-based literature search and review
Importance and steps to develop a chronogram for your research project
Gantt charts, Kanban board, and other useful project management tools
Methodology, variables, data gathering techniques, data analysis, and more
Researchers convey their findings by publishing them in the form of scientific articles in reputed journals. But the path to getting published can be complicated if not planned well.
In this course, you will learn how to overcome some of the most common challenges authors face while trying to communicate their research. From gathering, interpreting, analyzing, and reproducing data to identifying the potential and limitations of your study, you will learn about the intricacies of the publication process. Throughout this course, you will come across several practical tips and expert strategies to prepare your manuscript for journal submission and maximize your chances at publication success. This engaging course consists of 23 modules, each consisting of an educational video, a module-specific multiple-choice question to check your understanding, and additional resources on the topic.
Andrew Moore Andrew Moore has a degree in Biochemistry and doctorate/post-doctorate research experience in Structural Studies and Molecular Biology. He has been the Editor-in-Chief of the journal BioEssays and the Wiley Researcher Academy as well as a Program Manager and Editor at the European Molecular Biology Organization. Currently, as a freelance writer and writing coach, Andrew uses valuable insights gained from over 20 years in academic publishing to coach researchers on how to communicate science more effectively.
Kris Bishop Kris Bishop authored this course when he was a Marketing Manager within Wiley Research. He is currently Associate Director, Product Strategy at Science Magazine/American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Kris is an MBA with more than fourteen years of experience in the publishing industry and a deep understanding of researcher and publisher challenges in academia. Through the years, he has also collaborated extensively with researchers and authors, and spent time working on college-level textbooks, monographs, trade publications, and scientific research journals.