A while back I made a video about publishing in academic journals. It has been pretty popular (nearly 3,000 views). However the time has come for an update! So many things have changed in terms of publishing infrastructure, artefacts, relationships between authors and publishers, etc.
This time, I’ve broken the video down into four parts.
They can be viewed as a complete series in one video here (32 minutes), or as separate videos via the links below:
There are also versions available with subtitles in Arabic. A huge shukran to Abdullah for the translation!
Part 1 (Arabic) | Part 2 (Arabic) | Part 3 (Arabic) | Part 4 (Arabic)
Please add your comments below: What did you take from the videos as key points? Were some things surprising? What would you like to hear more about? What is missing? Do you disagree with some things I say?
If you’re coming to a workshop with me on publishing and peer review, watching all four parts is essential in your pre-workshop preparation. We will start by asking what your key points and further questions are.
Given how many researchers I’ve worked with from Aotearoa New Zealand, there’s a (rather unsubtle) silent shout-out to you at the start and end of each video! Hope you like it…