Are you interested in how to write a first-class paper or how to select relevant journal articles for your research? You can receive some insights and useful guidelines at the online author workshops organised by EIS Secretariat and Elsevier, to be held on 12 and 15 April 2021.

 The following two English-language workshops are available for university students and young researchers:


How to write a research paper? - Monday, 12 April 2021. 10.00-11.15


During this training the attendees will learn how to successfully write a good quality research paper, which will resonate well with the scientific community and will allow them to gain recognition. A summary of the best practices in writing will be presented and these are based on experience of researchers, editors and readers. The training is addressed primarily to young researchers, although senior academics are also welcomed to attend.


Presenter: Katarzyna Gaca-Zając, Senior Customer Consultant for Central-Eastern Europe in Elsevier

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Smart journal choice - Thursday, 15 April 2021. 11.00-12.15


The aim of this training is to familiarize scientists, PhD students and undergraduate students with good practices in journal selection, tools and bibliometric indicators that enable selection and evaluation of scientific journals. Participants will also learn the rules that should be kept in mind when using bibliometric indicators and will also learn what tools can be used to smartly choose a good journal to publish their research work.


Presenter: Katarzyna Gaca-Zając, Senior Customer Consultant for Central-Eastern Europe in Elsevier

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About the organisers

Elsevier is a leader in information and analytics for customers across the global research and health ecosystems. For more information about Elsevier, please check the official Elsevier website.


EIS stands for Electronic Information Service National Programme. EIS aims to  support higher education and research with electronic information infrastructure of different types of databases from full text periodicals to factual information databases. For more information about the EIS program please check out the EIS website.


Should you have any questions about the workshop, please contact Ms. Ágota Bakonyi, Chief Librarian at our University Library and Information Center (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).