Welcome to AsiaEdit et al., the podcast that brings you research publishing tips, direct from industry experts, with Host Dr. Trevor Lane (Education Consultant, AsiaEdit). Join Trevor as he interviews industry experts and successful researchers who are eager to share their wisdom, experience, and know-how. Each episode is full of useful advice and practical tips to help you quickly understand and navigate the scholarly publishing process.
Ep. 8 - Presenting your research findings to the general public, with Guest Elodie Chabrol (International Director, Pint of Science)
In Episode 8, Trevor speaks with Elodie Chabrol, International Director at Pint of Science. Tune in to learn how how best to present your research findings to non-academic audiences and the general public.
This episode covers the following topics:
History, aims, and activities of Pint of Science
Importance of engagement between researchers and society Tips for science communication and presentation
Writing for non-academic audiences
Sharing research on social media
Below are the resource links[AsiaEdit2] mentioned in this episode of AsiaEdit et al.:
Elodie Chabrol’s Pages
Pint of Science: https://pintofscience.com/
AsiaEdit Webinar on Communicating and Promoting Research: https://asiaedit.com/webinars/asiaedit-author-success-webinar-7-how-to-effectively-communicate-and-promote-your-research/
Ep. 7 - Distinguishing yourself as a researcher, with Guest Brian Minihan (Engagement Lead, ORCID)
Trevor speaks with Brian Minihan, Engagement Lead at ORCID. Tune in to learn how to distinguish yourself as a researcher and maintain and showcase your research track record with an ORCID profile.
This episode covers the following topics:
The importance of your researcher name and track record
Purpose and roles of the ORCID registry
Benefits of having an ORCID iD
Keeping your ORCID profile up-to-date
Using online platforms linked to ORCID
Brian Minihan’s Pages
ORCID page: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8412-717X
ORCID website: https://orcid.org/
For guides on journal paper writing, please visit https://asiaedit.com/resources/
Ep. 6 - Publishing your data in a data journal, with Guest Scott Edmunds (Editor-in-Chief, GigaScience)
Trevor interviews Scott Edmunds, Editor-in-Chief, GigaScience. Listen in to learn how to widely share your research data while gaining a citable peer-reviewed publication.
Trevor and Scott's discussion covers the following:
Key features of Open Data and FAIR principles
Advantages, and ethical issues, of sharing data
Data publishing and data journals
How to submit a data article to GigaScience
Future of online data publishing
Ep. 5 - Automated grammar checks for research writing, with Guest Hilde van Zeeland (Chief Applied Linguist, Writefull)
Trevor speaks with Hilde van Zeeland, Chief Applied Linguist at Writefull (Digital Science). Tune in to find out how artificial intelligence can help you check your academic English when writing your next research paper.
In this episode, Trevor and Hilde discuss the following:
Key features of academic English
Applying artificial intelligence to academic grammar checking
Benefits of automated academic grammar checking
Use of grammar checkers in academic publishing
Tips for authors writing research papers
Ep. 4 - Navigating Journal Submission and Peer Review, with Guest Iria del Río (Editorial Director, Spanish Journal of Cardiology)
Trevor speaks with Iria del Río, Editorial Director, Spanish Journal of Cardiology, REC Publications. Listen in as Iria and Trevor talk about navigating journal submission and peer review and preparing manuscripts for submission to peer-reviewed journals.
The following are the key points discussed in this episode:
Key features of an international peer-reviewed journal
How to submit a manuscript for double-blind review
Common reasons for rejection without peer review (desk rejection)
Common reasons for rejection of a revised manuscript
Tips for increasing your chance of journal acceptance
Ep. 3 - Publishing and Flourishing with English as a Second Language, with Guest Dr Roey Elnathan (Senior Research Fellow, Monash University)
Trevor interviews Dr Roey Elnathan, Senior Research Fellow, Drug Delivery Disposition & Dynamics at Monash University, Australia. Listen now to find out how learning to publish in English as a second language helped Dr Roey, a postgraduate chemist from Israel, establish a successful academic career in Australia.
Trevor and Roey discuss the following:
Learning how to write and publish in scientific English
Misconceptions about writing scientific English
Common pitfalls when writing scientific English
Challenges of using English as the lingua franca of academia
Tips for learning appropriate writing style