Webinar On Demand
Benefits of Being Involved in a Special Issue: How to Maximize the Impact of Your Research
RECORDED (DOI: https://doi.org/10.54985/peeref.2110w9175200)
Dr. Avriel Licciardi
Research Communications Strategist (@LetPub)
Dr. Licciardi provides project management of LetPub's scientific editing author services, as well as assistance in business development, brand building, and international media. Dr. Licciardi's direct interaction with authors and publishers yields insights that she filters into a comprehensive learning experience for the LetPub Learning Nexus community.
Dr. Luke Barrett
Head of Content Development (Hindawi)
Luke Barrett joined Hindawi in 2018, and from late 2019 has led the Content Development team. Prior to this, he worked at Springer Nature, both on Scientific Reports and across the Nature Research titles. His team oversee the assessment, processes, and publication of Special Issues across Hindawi’s portfolio of journals, as well as develop strategies and approaches for other forms of published content.
Dr. Chiara Bedon
Assistant Professor (University of Trieste, Department of Engineering and Architecture)
Chiara is an Assistant Professor at University of Trieste, Department of Engineering and Architecture, Italy, where she is the principal instructor for the course of 'Structural Analysis'. She earned her PhD degree in 2012, and since 2009 she has been involved in international research projects and several networks (JRC-ERNCIP, NATO-SPS, COST, etc.). Chiara has also served as an Editorial Board member for several ISI journals.
Tune in to learn directly from a journal editor and publishing professional the many ways in which Special Issues can be beneficial to expanding your network globally, why researchers should become involved in a Special Issue, and how to draft a timely and compelling proposal.
A certificate of participation will be provided to all attendees.
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