Over 900 Researchers Take Part in Webinar Series on Producing High Impact Journals

31 May 2020 Categories: latest news, News

Illustration: By Auke Herrema

Over 900  registered participants from 23 countries took part in our concluded  live streamed webinar series on What it Takes to Produce High Impact Journals.  The first webinar was cohosted by the Commission of  University Education, Kenya  focusing on  Journal Accreditation and what it takes for a University to Produce  High Impact Journals  and  the second one was in partnership with African Journals Online on  Producing High Impact African Journals.

80% of the participants acknowledged  that  they did not know  what it took to produce high impact journals and were keen  on what would be done to improve  their journals.

In both webinars  the guest speakers guided  the audience on  how they are supporting African institutions in producing good quality journals

About Training Centre in Communication

The Training Centre in Communication(TCC Africa), is the first African-based training centre to teach effective communication skills to scientists. TCC Africa is an award winning  Trust, established as a non-profit entity in 2006 and is registered in Kenya.  TCC Africa provides  capacity support in improving researchers  output and visibility through training in  scholarly and science communication.

TCC Africa held its first course in October 2006 at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda and in late 2007, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Nairobi, School of Biological Sciences, and has its headquarters on the Chiromo Campus, Nairobi, Kenya.

About Commission of University of Education, Kenya

The commission is committed to ensuring increased access to sustainable quality university education and training through planning, coordination, resource mobilization, quality assurance enhancement and information service.

About African Journals Online

African Journals OnLine (AJOL) is the world’s largest and preeminent platform of African-published scholarly journals. AJOL is a Non-Profit Organisation that (since 1998) works to increase global & continental online access, awareness, quality & use of African-published, peer-reviewed research. Millions of monthly downloads by site users from nearly every country in the world are an indication of the need and widespread use of the AJOL initiative.

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Public  Relations Team

Training Centre in Communication

(Through the School of Biological Sciences Linkage) 

Gecaga Institute Bldg.,

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