Are you a dairy scientist interested in publishing in the American Dairy Science Association's Journal of Dairy Science® (JDS®)? This free three-part author workshop series, presented by Paul Kononoff, Editor in Chief of JDS, will help you prepare for the publishing process. The series will focus on actionable steps you can take as an author to have a positive publishing experience, including best practices and tips to begin developing your manuscript for JDS. Whether you are a graduate student, a postdoctoral researcher, an assistant professor, or a relatively new author to JDS, this series will have something for you to take away and implement.
|Date and time:
||Thursday, March 18; 9:30 - 10:30 am central time
||Reviewers and revisions
||Participants will gain insight into the importance and role of reviewers and better understand how to respond to them.
- What is the role of the anonymous peer reviewer?
- What is not the role of the anonymous peer reviewer?
- Responding to reviewers
- What to do when your paper is accepted
- What to do if your paper is rejected
- Promoting your publication