Are you a graduate student? Does the idea of publishing your work leave you feeling nervous or unsure of what to do? Please join us for “Publish, Not Perish: Tools for Success,” a series of workshops during the fall and winter semesters that will help you navigate the challenges every new academic author faces, including understanding copyright, sharing your research and teaching materials effectively, establishing a professional presence online, considering when to start publishing, selecting publication venues, responding to reviewer feedback, and much more. Use the links below to register for our fall workshops.
Copyright & Your Dissertation
Wednesday, 10 October, 3-4:30PM
Extending Your Reach: New Tools for Sharing Your Research & Teaching
Wednesday, 24 October, 3-4PM
Grad Student’s Guide to Publishing
Thursday, 1 November, 3-4PM
Beyond Blogging: WordPress for Professional Portfolios
Friday, 2 November, 1-3PM
Workshops will continue in the winter term (January – April 2013) on topics like transforming your dissertation into a book for publication and securing grant funding. We will also feature a panel of faculty sharing their experiences as authors. If you have questions about this series, please contact email@example.com.
To see a full list of workshop offerings from the University Library visit http://ttc.iss.lsa.umich.edu/ttc/sessions/upcoming/sponsor/university-library/
About the Author
Doreen Bradley, Director of User Education Initiatives, University of Michigan Library
Published in: Professional Development