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Publishing Your Research Workshop - Graduate Students - Jon Hufford and Brian Quinn

Publishing Your Research

This is a general introductory lecture for those who are interested in getting their research published in scholarly journals and books. It covers such fundamental topics as where to get ideas, how to tell if an idea is worth developing, and how to find appropriate outlets for your work. Those who attend will be given suggestions for how to approach and work with editors, navigating the publishing process, dealing with revisions or rejection, and many other important considerations. This is an ideal workshop to attend if you have never published in the scholarly literature and want to learn more about what is involved. The workshop is taught by academic authors with extensive records of publication who will draw on their own experiences in working with editors and publishers and speak candidly about what it is really like.

 

Bullet Points:

  • Discover where to get ideas

  • Create a manuscript editors will appreciate

  • Determine the best publishers to send your work to

  • Work with editors and manage rejection

 

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Will know what to publish

  2. Will know how to prepare a manuscript for publication

  3. Will be familiar with a basic process to follow when submitting manuscripts for publication in journals

  4. Will learn how to approach and work with editors

  5. Will understand how to manage rejection and resubmit their work

Audience: Graduate students

Date/time: Friday, Sept. 15, 2–4 pm

Presenters: Brian Quinn, Jon Hufford

Related LibGuide: Publishing Your Research by Jon Hufford

Date:
Friday, September 15, 2017
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:
Lab 150
Campus:
University Library
Categories:
Workshops
Registration (30 seats left)
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Event Organizer

Denise Caspell

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