predatory journals_Enhancing_Postgraduate_Environments

Predatory Journals: How to identify and avoid them

This brief tutorial defines “predatory journals” and their major characteristics. It provides information to help novice academics to avoid this trap. Developed by Mark P Snyders,...

reading a journal article_Enhancing_Postgraduate_Environments

Reading a journal article: techniques and skills

This brief PowerPoint presentation with voice over describes how to read journal articles and collating information using the rhetorical moves approach. The presentation explains the...

Responding to reviewers_Enhancing_Postgraduate_Environments

Responding to reviewers

Publishing is hard work: it takes a long time, and a lot of effort. Even once a paper is finally submitted to a journal for...

Plotting a paper from your thesis_Enhancing_Postgraduate_Environments

Plotting a paper from your thesis

Publishing out of a thesis, or a research project, can be a significant challenge for many early career researchers and postgraduate students. This prezi takes...

Choosing the right journal_Enhancing_Postgraduate_Environments

Choosing the right journal

Choosing the right journal for your paper is all about targeting the right audience for your research - your readers. It is recommended that you...