Manuscript Submission Webinar, In Chinese

This is for Chinese-speaking researchers who wish to learn more about publishing in AGU journals. Our very own Yuming Wang, Editor of JGR Space Physics, and Minghua Zhang, the Editor in Chief of JGR Atmospheres, were the featured speakers on a webinar now available from AGU. It can be found on the Author Resources page in the section “For International Authors.” It’s the third entry in the section, “Webinar: Tips for a Successful Manuscript Submission [Chinese].” Yes, the webinar is entirely in Mandarin Chinese, not only the speaking but also the text on the screen. The video is an hour and ten minutes long.

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            Note that the link above will eventually take you to a separate page at brighttalk.com, where the webinar is archived. You will have to fill out the form for a free registration in order to watch the video. There are actually two screens of questions, the first is your name and contact information and the second is about you as a researcher. It is very easy and quick to register. You will be asked to make up a password for your registration; this is so that you can go back in to the BrightTALK system and see other webinars available from Wiley and AGU.

I like and respect both of these webinar speakers very much.  Minghua was one of the editors traveling with the AGU Pubs crew on our trip through China in October. He lives in the USA now but he grew up in China and, during that trip, I heard him pass on lots of good advice for authors whose first language is not English. I have now worked with Yuming for four years as an editor of JGR Space Physics. He is very thoughtful and I am sure has plenty of useful tips about manuscript preparation, submission, and publication.

For international authors, writing a manuscript for submission to an AGU journal perhaps can be intimidating and even frustrating. I am glad that AGU sponsors these webinars and I hope that you find it useful.

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