Springer Nature is pleased to announce the addition of Fire Ecology to the SpringerOpen portfolio. Supported by the Association for Fire Ecology (www.fireecology.org) this journal publishes articles on all ecological and management aspects relating to wildland fire. In this blog the Editor in Chief, Bob Keane, tells us what this means for the journal and shares some of the exciting plans for the future. The new website is now live at www.fireecology.springeropen.com.
Monthly Archives: August 2018
Helping researchers publish their work, not waste it: welcome to the EQUATOR Canada Publication School
While scientists will receive formal training in most aspects of the scientific process, learning best practices in publishing their work can often be left to trial and error. An article recently published in BMC Proceedings describes a course delivered by the EQUATOR Canada Publication School which looks to address this gap in training. Here, authors of the article, Jacqueline Galica and Nancy Butcher, tell us about the event and why training researchers with skills in Journalology is so important.
This blog post has been cross-posted with permission from SEAHA-CDT. The original version can be read here. Following multiple successful publications, we are pleased to announce that SEAHA now has its own collection within journal Heritage Science; ‘The SEAHA-CDT collection’. The SEAHA CDT collection showcases research papers produced by students studying at our Centre for Doctoral Training, Science… Open Access Publishing
Higher education is a competitive enterprise at every level – from student admissions processes to university ranking systems and competition for funding. In many contexts, access to education means jobs and wealth. The poisonous mix of competition, corruption and poor resources has the potential to create an environment where misconduct becomes the norm, rather than the exception.