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Finding the Perfect Fit: Factors in Journal Selection and Redirection

Authors often face challenges when it comes to finding the appropriate journal to submit their manuscripts. In this webinar, we will explore the factors authors consider when selecting a journal, such as metrics, reach, and readership. We will also discuss the support provided by libraries and gain insights from the publisher's viewpoint. It's important to note that finding the right journal may not always mean choosing the best journal, and publishers can assist authors in redirecting their manuscripts. 

Following brief introductions from each speaker, we will engage in a discussion covering the complexities of journal selection in the context of open access, the potential role of AI in offering recommendations, and the significance of journal lists in the selection process. 

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Event date May 21, 2024
Event duration 4:00 p.m. (CET) / 10:00 a.m. (EST)
Event location Online Zoom
Event price Free

Moderator

Head of Publisher Relations at ChronosHub
Romy Beard

Romy Beard

Romy is specialized in the academic online publishing industry, with a focus on publisher relations. And she’s one of our key experts in Open Access publishing terms. 

Speakers

Director, Submission & Author Services at Springer Nature
Andrea Taroni

Andrea Taroni
Former physicist and editor, now focused on the operational aspects of transfers at Springer Nature.

Head of Sales, Americas at Cactus Communications
Chirag Jay Patel

Chirag Jay Patel
Chirag "Jay" Patel, a business development professional at Cactus Global, specializes in using AI to improve content discovery, access, and personalization for publishers and societies and leads the company's SDG initiative.

Scholarly Communications Officer at University of California Davis Library
Michael Ladisch

Michael Ladisch
Michael Ladisch has many years of experience through research support-related positions in academic libraries in Germany, Ireland, and The U.S. Master's in Library and Information Science from Humboldt University Berlin.
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