• Date

    13.09.2022 18:00 – 19:30

  • Location

    TBA

     

     

  • Type

    Training

  • Mode

    Workshop

  • Accessibility

    Onsite

About the Special Event

Publishing articles in peer-reviewed journals is a must for researchers, as this is the prime means of communicating exciting new results to the scientific community. However, going successfully through the peer-review process is often challenging. It requires not only knowledge of the basic rules of writing scientific articles, but also an understanding of the review process and criteria. Based on their extensive editorial experience with the inter- and transdisciplinary journal Mountain Research and Development, the session hosts will offer useful tips and recommendations on dos and don’ts when preparing a submission to a scientific journal and when responding to reviewers. There will also be time for questions and answers. The session is open to anyone interested in gaining insights into a journal editor’s perspective or in improving their scientific writing skills. Junior researchers are particularly welcome.

About the Hosts

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Sarah-Lan Mathez-Stiefel

Associate Editor of Mountain Research and Development and Senior Research Scientist at the Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern
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Susanne Wymann von Dach

Associate Editor of Mountain Research and Development and Senior Research Scientist at the Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern
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Carolina Adler

Book Review Editor of Mountain Research and Development and Executive Director of the Mountain Research Initiative
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