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OPdA Lunchtime Publishing Sessions 1: What do journal editors actually do?

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  • UserPatrick McCartan, Cambridge University Press
  • ClockWednesday 14 September 2016, 12:30-14:00
  • HouseOPdA, Mill Lane.

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Registration required: email hmulvey@cambridge.org

This talk is part of the Lunchtime Publishing Sessions for post-docs series, in partnership with the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.

Patrick McCartan has worked in the publishing industry for nearly 30 years. Along with two editors of Cambridge journals, one a scientist and the other a social scientist, Patrick will discuss editorial decision making in journals publishing. Come along to learn from this trio’s expertise and their real-life examples, and ask them any questions you have about peer review, cover letters, the role of an editor, or publishing in general.

To register, please email hmulvey@cambridge.org

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Press series.

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