Communicating Your Research: Journal Publications
Mar 10, 2014, 10am-11:30am
As part of the Scholarly Communications Series 2013-2014, the Faculty of Graduate Studies presents Communicating Your Research: Journal PublicationsMonday March 10, from 10:00 to 11:30 am in 280N York Lanes.
Scholarly publications are not just a way to demonstrate your research proficiency and gain status in your field--they're a way to enter the scholarly conversation, and to communicate your knowledge to the wider world. Join us and find out from our panel how and why students publish their research, and how to create an effective publication plan that will serve you well now and when you're searching for a job. Our panel of experienced professors and student advisors will tackle the big questions: Why publish? When should I publish my work? How do I know what journal to submit to? Are edited collections equal to refereed journals? How does peer review work? Come with your own questions, and we'll demystify the world of scholarly communication.
Marcel Martel Avie Bennett Historica-Dominion Institute Chair Professor, Chair, Department of History (LAPS)
Darren Gobert Professor, Graduate Program in English Editorial Board, Modern Drama.
|Location:||280N York Lanes|
|Sponsor:||Office of the Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies|
|Posted by:||Melissa Dalgleish|