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Bringing Research to the World: Mapping Your Publishing Plans
Alex Westcott Campbell, publishing editor for the humanities and social sciences in Southeast and East Asia at Springer Nature (Singapore), will give a presentation on Wednesday 18th July at 9am to discuss publishing avenues under the Springer imprint.

She will discuss the types of Springer products, and provide an overview of the publishing process, detailing the key steps in the book proposal that will lead to publication, with an overview of Search Engine Optimisation tips for editors and authors to ensure higher visibility for their published research. The talk will also be relevant to graduates nearing completion of their PhDs, as she will demarcate the differences between the dissertation and the monograph, with guidance on how to turn the thesis into a book. The presentation will address citation indexes, journals, and Open Access publishing options, and will also outline the benefits of publishing with Springer, running through the available author services, such as language editing and Bookmetrix.

The presentation will conclude with a Q&A session and attendees are welcome to discuss their research activities one-on-one for the hour following the presentation.

The talk will be relevant to all researchers in the humanities and social sciences, across subject disciplines.

Bringing Research to the World: Office of Research Affairs, Chulalongkorn University

  • Springer Publishing Presentation,
    Publication on Research in Humanities and Social Sciences

Wednesday 18 July 2018, during 09.00 – 11.00 hrs.
At the meeting room 701, Fl.7, Chamchuri 10 Building, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

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Speaker

Alex Westcott Campbell


Editor
Humanities & Social Sciences

  • Springer Singapore
  • Southeast and East Asia

Tel.: +65 6201 4007
alexandra.campbell@springernature.com

Alex Westcott Campbell is a publishing editor at Springer, based in Singapore. She handles book and journals acquisitions across the humanities and social sciences, focusing on Southeast and East Asia. Prior to joining Springer, Alex worked in media publishing for several years in South Africa, the United Arab Emirates and Singapore. She was an Erasmus Mundus Scholar in Denmark and the UK between 2013 and 2015, during which time she completed a Master of Arts (distinction). She has a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature (first class) and Journalism and Media Studies (first class). Alex is a published author, and was named Editor of the Year by the Media Publishers Association of Singapore in 2017.

*If you would like to make an appointment to meet with Alex one-on-one outside of the session while she is in Bangkok (18-20 July), please drop her an email: alexandra.campbell@springernature.com