By The Charlesworth Group on September 09, 2019

The Charlesworth Group expands its Senior Management Team

The Charlesworth Group expands and strengthens its Senior Management team with the appointment of Jason De Boer and Yuchong Zhang. Jason joins as Business Development Director for Charlesworth Author Services and Yuchong takes up the newly created role of Sales Director for China. 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on June 09, 2019

Peer Review Week 2019: Navigate peer review with Charlesworth Author Services

Tune in to Charlesworth Author Services throughout Peer Review Week 2019 for daily updates! We are also hosting a live Twitter event on Wednesday 18th September at 1000 BST.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on September 03, 2019

Prepare for success in your next academic interview: Charlesworth Knowledge free webinar on September 19th 2019

Learn to manage an academic job interview to your advantage and maximise your chances of success.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 30, 2019

Musings on, and considerations of, the benefits, likely advantages, and convenience of preparing academic articles for peer review with short, concise, and eye-catching titles: Some initial thoughts from our team

Want your article to be highly cited? A short, concise title is best.

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By The Charlesworth Group on August 29, 2019

IFIS selects The Charlesworth Group WeChat Account Management Service

The Charlesworth Group is delighted to announce that IFIS have selected the Charlesworth WeChat Account Management Service.    

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By Charlesworth Author Services on September 02, 2019

Managing rejection in academic publishing: The five stages of grief

Writing is a very creative process and so it’s normal to become emotionally invested in your work. How to manage rejection as an academic?

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 26, 2019

Predatory publishing: Can you tell which ‘fee charging’ academic journals are reputable?

 

How to sort good journals from pure predators deserves a closer look.

 

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 23, 2019

Self-citation: What is it and should you try to avoid doing it?

The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) has highlighted the issue of extreme self-citation as one key form of citation manipulation that journals, editors, and publishers should address.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 20, 2019

When peer review goes wrong: How to communicate with your target journal

What if something unexpected happens to my manuscript? How can I fix and address issues and problems?

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 16, 2019

Is ‘salami-slicing’ your academic research into ‘least publishable units’ the best strategy to advance your academic career?

Early in your academic career the best publishing strategy to adopt is one that ensures you develop a reputation as a reliable and effective researcher.

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By The Charlesworth Group on August 13, 2019

BioOne selects The Charlesworth Group to launch language editing services to partner publishers

BioOne, the nonprofit publisher of more than 200 journals from over 150 scientific societies and independent presses, has selected Charlesworth Author Services as their exclusive partner to provide language editing services to BioOne publishing partners.  

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 13, 2019

Lost in translation? The perils of using ‘machine translation’ in academic writing

Charlesworth Author Services provide a range of translation services married to expert English language editing.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on July 09, 2019

Are you confused about peer review? It’s normal: Lots of early career researchers are in the same boat

Early career researchers almost never learn how to deal with peer review. Our webinars can help.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 02, 2019

Are Registered Reports the future of peer-review?

What if you could get your research design and methodology peer reviewed before you start with data collection?

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 02, 2019

Terry Pratchett tells us how to survive Peer Review

Your next paper is more likely to pass successfully through peer review if the results and conclusions of your work are ‘as expected’.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on July 30, 2019

Academic Writing – How Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds taught me to focus on the audience

 

It doesn’t matter what you think about your work. What’s actually important is how your readers, your colleagues and peers in your field perceive your paper.

 

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on July 24, 2019

The truth about your proof: The final stage of journal article production is a huge opportunity for authors

The final ‘proofing stage’ of research article production is a huge opportunity for authors.

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By G Dyke on July 19, 2019

Learning to craft successful job applications with Charlesworth Knowledge

Nearly finished your PhD? Thinking of your next move? Now is the time to start working on your CV and we can help. Learn to craft successful job applications with Charlesworth Knowledge.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on July 17, 2019

Learn to put the ‘fun’ back into ‘research funding’ with Charlesworth Knowledge

One of the most difficult, challenging, and uncertain aspects of getting a research idea off the ground and turning it into an active project is paying for it. Charlesworth services can help you maximise your chances of successfully funding your research.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on July 15, 2019

Who gets the CRediT? Authorship issues and fairness in academic writing

One of the trickiest and most controversial aspects of academic publishing is deciding ‘who did what’ during research article writing.

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