Wednesday, April 8
11:15 AM-12:15 PM
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Room 2 - https://tinyurl.com/room2site

Editors Academic Publishing Made Easy: Expert Tips, Considerations, & Resources

Invited Panel ID: 56652
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    Richard Hartshorne
    Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education-General
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    Denise Schmidt-Crawford
    Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education
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    Leanna Archambault
    Journal of Online Learning Research
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    Borup Jered
    Journal of Online Learning Research
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    Chrystalla Mouza
    Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education
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    Driskell Shannon
    Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education-Math Education
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    Natalie Milman
    Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education-Current Practice
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    Andrea Burrows
    Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education-Science Education

Abstract: The pressure to play an active role in the academic publishing process is commonplace in institutions of higher education across the globe. However, navigating this world can be rather daunting, particularly for emerging scholars. Issues such as handling rejection, determining and reporting publication quality, engaging in the editorial process, approaches for effectively revising manuscript submissions and aligning your publication goals with institutional values are but a few critical items to consider in both individual publications and as elements of a robust publication agenda. In an effort to address these issues, while also demystifying the academic publishing process, this panel presentation will provide a series of tips, considerations, and useful approaches to take when submitting scholarly works and developing a publication and research agenda. Examples and supporting resources, curated from leading journal editors in the fields of technology and teacher education, instructional design and technology, online and blended learning, and others, will be shared and discussed.

Presider: Richard Hartshorne, University of Central Florida

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