Thursday, March 21, 2019 | 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm | CETLS, S510DAdd to Calendar: Google Outlook Apple
Kirsten Cole (Teacher Education)
Levent Curt (Sciences)
Angeles Donoso Macaya (Modern Languages)
Khushmand Rajendran (Social Sciences, Human Services, and Criminal Justice)
“Publish or Perish,” a phrase etched in academia, has evolved to “Peer-Reviewed Publishing.” At this panel discussion, faculty from various disciplines will share their wisdom about publishing – and publishing well – in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings. Key discussion topics include aspects of academic publishing, such as peer-reviewed publication selection, characteristics of core publications, manuscript preparation and submission considerations, revision process and tips, co-authorship, and different types of publications in conference proceedings or from grants. Anyone interested in acquiring effective strategies for successfully publishing in more and high-quality peer-reviewed publications will benefit greatly from this panel session.
Part of Faculty Scholarship Month, a celebration of BMCC faculty scholarship and creative work.
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This event was organized by the CETLS Advisory Board Scholarship group:
• Matthew Chan (Computer Information Systems)
• Lane Glisson (Library)
• Karl Levy (Mathematics)
• Laurie Lomask (Modern Languages)
• Florence Quideau (Music and Art)
• Upali Aparajita (Sciences)