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Marshall Libraries Masterclass: Exploring Scholarly Research, Writing, and Publishing: Home

In this workshop, facilitators will guide participants through three elements of academic writing: research, writing, and publishing. The session is available live, live-streaming, and recorded.

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Session #1 Title: Can you Master the Academic Domain? Exploring Scholarly Research, Writing, and Publishing

Session Description: In this workshop, facilitators will guide participants through three elements of academic writing: research, writing, and publishing. For the research process, we’ll discuss assessing information, using that information appropriately, and working with a librarian throughout the process. Then, our writing section will take attendees from brainstorming to drafting and revision along the way to analyze journal genre expectations. We’ll conclude with publishing, where attendees will learn the different types of publishers, how to survive the submission process, and understand their post-publication rights as authors.

Date/Time/Location: Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 2 p.m. – 3 p.m., Drinko Library 349 (Live-streamed & recorded)

Audience: Graduate students early in their program and faculty

Presenters: Profs. Gena Chattin, Eryn Roles, Anna Rollins, Margaret Sullivan