Issue 11 - September 2014
Welcome to Issue 11 of Authors' Update. In this edition, we again turn our thoughts to article promotion and we start with a fascinating Q&A with author Thanh-Lan Gluckman, whose research attracted worldwide interest. We then take a look at the ways you can increase your paper's impact at both the preparation and post-publication stage, before highlighting our freely-available Publishing Connect webinars which contain plenty of useful publishing tips.
We also discover how our newly-improved Journal Finder tool can help by identifying the best fit for your paper and how you can then monitor its reach – once published – with our altmetric visualizations. And don't miss the article by our EES team containing top troubleshooting tips.
As always, if you have a story you would like to share or feedback on Authors' Update we would love to hear from you. You can email us at email@example.com.
How to win attention for your research – an author’s story
Author Thanh-Lan Gluckman
explains how she won international recognition for her research article with a
carefully prepared awareness campaign.
How to improve the impact of your paper
top tips for preparing and promoting your paper and the best ways to monitor
The new, improved version of Journal Finder is now live
Submitting to a journal that isn't the right fit can
add months to the publication time. Find out how Journal Finder can help to
solve that problem.
Elsevier is expanding its use of altmetrics
In this article, we look at the plan to roll out recent altmetrics pilots to help authors better understand the online attention their papers have received. Read more
The Publishing Connect Webinar Series: expert training at your desk
out how you can view the archive versions of our summer webinar series and sign
up for the upcoming autumn events.
The EES Support Team shares its top troubleshooting tips
From login issues to user profile consolidation, the EES team
provides some useful answers to its most commonly received queries.
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