Writing for Scholarly Publications Series - Part One

Fri Sep 10, 9:30 - 10:30 AM (EDT)
Microsoft Teams (online only)  

All University of South Carolina advisors who are interested in writing are encouraged to contribute to the expanding professional literature on the field of academic advising, the first-year experience, and student transitions. This workshop will introduce advisors to the value of contributing to scholarship, the process of drafting and submitting manuscripts for publication, and will explore a variety of venues for publication including organization blogs, practitioner newsletters, journals, and even scholarly books.


At the conclusion of this session, interested participants will be paired with a writing accountability partner.


At the conclusion of the series, the intent is for interested participants to have a manuscript ready for submission.


Learning Outcomes:

Session participants will:

-Recognize the importance of practitioner-scholarship

-Understand the process of writing for publication

-Identify and differentiate between various venues for publication

-Formulate potential topics that they would be interested in further exploring for publication


Presenters

Mike Dial

Assistant Director, First-Year Advising

University Advising Center

Paige McKeown

Coordinator of First-Year Advising & Academic Intervention

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Microsoft Teams (online only)