IFLA Journal Editorial Committee – How to get published in scholarly journals – New Zealand, Australia, and the Pacific
Recording date: 9 June 2021
Duration: 60 minutes
Note: Materials for this workshop were developed collectively by the presenters for the benefit of the IFLA Journal workshops.
The aim of this webinar is to provide guidance on being published in academic and professional journals, with a particular focus on the IFLA Journal. The audience will gain insights on the topics of choosing a journal, the editorial and peer review process, IFLA Journal scope and content, and authors’ experience for publications through the peer review process.
The webinar will be held in four IFLA regions with local times to enable the participation in these webinars. Webinar participants will have ample opportunities in conversations with the IFLA Journal Editor, learn more from Editorial Committee members on reviewing process, and listen to accomplished authors who will share their experience through peer-review process for publications.
Dr. Amanda Cossham
Principal Lecturer, Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, New Zealand
Dr. Anne Goulding
Professor of Library and Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Scholarly Communications Librarian, James Cook University, Australia
Moderator: Dr. Anne Goulding
Suggested Audience: Librarians, practitioners, students interested in writing for the IFLA Journal and also understanding what is required to be published in a scholarly journal.
Level of interaction: Webinar – Panel (3+ speakers) discussion with Q&A
Duration of event: 60 minutes
Language(s) subtitling and translations available: English, Subtitles in the event language
Accessibility: Automatic Live AI Closed-captioning
Organiser: IFLA Journal – Dr. Anne Goulding Anne.firstname.lastname@example.org