More readers + more submissions = greater article selectivity, is the equation for a leading journal. But what steps can editors take to develop their journal’s reputation and impact in order to attract a wider audience? On 4/22 at 10:30AM CT we’ll be tackling this question and more during the webinar “Inside the Editors’ Office: Growing Your Journal’s Reputation and Impact.”
We have a great discussion planned for this event and invite you to submit your own questions via Twitter! To ask a question, just tweet it to @Scholasticahq using the hashtag #ScholWebinar and we’ll be sure to respond either during or after the event.
Clare Hooper, Journals Publishing Manager at University of Liverpool Press (ULP)
Clare manages all publishing activity for twenty-four academic journals at ULP, including annual reporting, marketing, finance, production schedule coordination, and distribution. She also sits on the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers’ (ALPSP) Professional Development committee where she helps organize seminars for the ALPSP community. You can find Clare on Twitter at @ClareHooperLUP.
Dan Morgan, Digital Science Publisher at the University of California Press and Publisher of Collabra
Dan joined UC Press in June 2014 to focus on not-for-profit digital initiatives. He has worked in scholarly publishing for over 13 years in: publishing management, research, open access, and strategy roles. He is a passionate advocate for open access, open science, and advancing scholarly communication. He tweets at @djjmorgan.
Pippa Smart, Founder of PSP Consulting
Pippa has worked in research publishing for over 20 years in editorial, production, business management and project management. She has extensive experience working on improving scholarly communication within the developing world. As founder of PSP Consulting, Pippa provides a variety of services to research publishers and editors around the world. She tweets at @pippasmart.
From professionalizing your publication’s online presence, to focusing on article promotion, or developing a robust metadata and indexing plan, there are a lot of routes to take to become a more established and selective journal. During the webinar we’ll explore these different avenues and discuss how journals can prepare for submission surges, which can come as a publication becomes better known.
We’re looking forward to this webinar and hope you will take the time to watch! We’ll be making the webinar recording openly available via the Scholastica blog and YouTube. Stay tuned for the recording on-demand link!