Strategies for Writing for Publishing
Title: Strategies for Writing for Publishing
Writing for publication can feel like a challenge for graduate students, yet is a vital part of their professional development. This workshop will cover the process of writing for publication. We will discuss the differences in writing for graduate courses and for publication, as well as approaches for turning research and seminar papers in to journal articles and conference presentations. We will also discuss the practical concerns of writing for publication, such as identifying an appropriate publication for your work, responding to reviewer comments, and revising your work for publication. This workshop will focus on writing in the humanities and social sciences.
1. Gain a greater understanding of the process of submitting work for publication.
2. Learn strategies for turning coursework into research publications.
3. Learn strategies for reading and responding to reviewer comments.
Bronwyn Williams is Director of the University Writing Center and a professor of English. He teaches and researches about issues of literacy, identity, digital media, popular culture, and creative nonfiction. He teaches a variety of graduate courses on issues of literacy and teaching writing. In addition he has directed more than 30 doctoral dissertations. His recurring research interests have been the intersections of the literacy practices people engage in in their daily lives and the literacy practices they encounter in schools and universities
The PLAN is a professional development initiative run by the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies (SIGS) that provides graduate students opportunities and resources for Professional development, Life skills, Academic development, and Networking skills.
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Wednesday, January 27 at 3:00pm to 4:30pmVirtual Event