Top-tier publishing strategies often go against conventional wisdom and can trip up early-career scholars and well-published senior scholars alike. In this two-part seminar sponsored by the ASU Libraries, learn how any scholar can place peer-reviewed articles in first-tier journals and get a clearer view of university press book publishing.

Scholarly Publishing: Publish Your Research at the Highest Level
Presented by Carole Sargent, founder, Academic Authors; director, Scholarly Publications, Georgetown University

Wednesday, October 12, 2016
9 a.m.–noon
Hayden Library (LIB) 133, Tempe campus [map]
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Topics include analyzing politics at journals and presses, strategies for growing research from article to book form, why it is usually easier to publish at the higher levels, key issues surrounding diversity and career-life balance, and 21st-century tools to boost every scholar’s research impact.

 

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