The process of effectively communicating your research through publication can be difficult to navigate. From deciding on an article title to citing your references, many of the key steps can be fraught with decisions. ACS has pulled together some great resources to cover every step of the process.
ACS on Campus provides a video series called “Publishing your Research 101” that includes 10 episodes to provide insights and answers on the publishing process.
The series “helps authors and reviewers understand how to get a manuscript accepted, respond to reviewer comments, navigate ethical considerations, and improve their manuscript submission process experience” in a very accessible way. Check out the video highlights below:
ACS has also published a virtual issue of editor tips called “Mastering the Art of Scientific Publication”. Billed as 20 papers for 20/20 vision on publishing, the editorials cover everything from writing an effective paper, journal submission, review processes, and post-publication efforts.
While some of the information is ACS specific, overall each series is a great resource for publishing.
Need more help or want to discuss your process? Stop by Kresge Library and see Jane, Shirley, or Lora for subject specific help on publishing your research.