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How to Get Published Webinar Series - Authorship, etiquette and collaboration
Research is often done by large teams, with multiple people collaborating to conduct the research. As you develop your manuscript, we are here to help you understand what constitutes authorship. In order to avoid conflict and division, it is essential that all researchers understand how to work collaboratively. In this webinar we will discuss the etiquette of collaborative writing and provide you with practical tools to ensure a smooth writing process.

Hosted by SAGE’s Jessica Lipowski and featuring a Q&A session with two prestigious researchers and editors in their field of study, the webinar will provide essential guidance for anyone hoping to get published in an academic journal.

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Apr 26, 2023 04:00 PM in London

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Jessica Lipowski
Jessica Lipowski is a Publishing Editor on the STM Journals Editorial team. She manages a range of science and medicine journals, working with editors and societies to develop new strategies as well as problem solve. During her time at SAGE, she has also worked closely with the Author team to create and develop resources to help early career researchers across disciplines better understand the publishing process and publish their research. Jessica has a background in project management, marketing, business development, and self-publishing. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Michigan State University and is based in Los Angeles.
Michael S. Matthews
Michael S. Matthews, Ph.D., is Professor and graduate program director at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and Chair of an AERA SIG. He recently completed a five-year term as Co-Editor of Gifted Child Quarterly and previously co-edited the Journal of Advanced Academics. He has served in various leadership roles including as Chair of the SIG and on the boards of several local, state, and national organizations related to gifted education. His research addresses equity in assessment and identification; education policy; motivation and underachievement; and parenting, including homeschooling, of gifted learners. Dr. Matthews' scholarship also focuses on gifted and advanced learners who are English learners. He is author or editor of six books and over 50 peer-reviewed journal articles and his work has been recognized with several awards.