Grenoble - France
Q1. What did you do with your paper since last February 2014 ? Did you (Multi reply is possible)
Publish it ?
Submit it ?
Rework it ?
Put it aside ? (no time )
Bury it ? (too busy)
If "Other", could you explain ?
Q2. In which journal did you submit your paper or would you like to do so ?
CoDesign (Taylor and Francis)
Computers in Industry (Elsevier)
Design Studies (Elsevier)
Journal of Design Research (Inderscience)
Journal of Engineering Design (Taylor and Francis)
Journal of Mechanical Design (ASME)
Research in Engineering Design (Springer)
An other journal :
Which one ?
What about the design process review of your paper ?
Q3. If you have reworked your paper after the PUBLISHED workshop, did you precisely understand which points must be absolutely improved to meet the requirements of the targeted journal ? (4 levels of scale) :
4= Yes, I perfectly understood these points and had no difficulty to implement them
3= I think I understood after the workshop but I was not so easy to implement these points
2= I think I didn’t quite understand which points must be improved
1= I have no idea
Q4. Have you encountered any difficulty to improve these points ? If yes, which one ?
Q5. Which practices did you gain when writing a peer-journal paper? For example, structure of paper, explanation of the theoretical gap...Would you be now able to implement them in another context? Would you be able to and explain them to your community?
Q6. After going through the different steps following the workshop (reworking and submitting the paper), do you have any suggestions on how to enrich the content of the PUBLISH-ED Workshop in the future ?
Spam robots, please fill in this field. Humans should leave it blank.
Date of update November 13, 2015