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How to Get Published Webinar Series - Open Access and Author Rights
The next topic in our How to Get Published webinar series is in honor of Open Access (OA) week. This month we are talking all things related to Open Access, taking the time to understand what it means to publish a paper Open Access. Covering everything from Article Processing Charges (APCs) to transformative agreements and the different between the licenses, how to tell if a journal is legitimate or predatory, and even discussing how and when others can reuse your work, this webinar will dive into the world of OA.

Hosted by SAGE’s Jessica Lipowski and Natalie Gerson 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.

Send in your questions via Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #SAGEHowToGetPublished

Oct 19, 2022 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.
Natalie Gerson
Natalie Gerson is an Associate Publisher in the Journals Editorial, Open Access team at SAGE Publishing. She has ten years' experience working in open access, developing publishing processes and advancing journal development strategy. She manages a portfolio of clinical medicine titles, working with editor and society partners on journal growth, open access strategy, and publishing best practices. Natalie earned her B.A. in Linguistics from UC San Diego. She lives in Seattle.