Writing for your Research Community, Writing for the EERJ

Tuesday, 22 August, 13:30 - 15:30
Location: TBA

Speakers: Professor Eric Mangez (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, EERJ Editor) and Professor Maarten Simons (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, EERJ Editor)

This session will discuss the purposes of research publications and its audiences, the process of journal selection, manuscript preparation and the issue of (blind) review procedures. The session will also include information about good practice in Open Access policy publishing and advice about the new problem of fake journals and how to avoid them.

Part of the session will be about the European Educational Research Journal (EERJ) as a medium for publishing about the changing landscapes of educational research across Europe and how to 'write' for a European audience.



Future ECERs

ECER'24, Nicosia
ECER'25, Belgrade
ECER'26, Tampere
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The aim of the ‘European Conference on Educational Research’ is to create an inclusive platform for initiating, reporting, discussing and promoting high quality educational research ...
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