"I Am Pleased to Inform You That..." Insights and Advice on Getting Published in Educational and Instructional Technology – Part 1
Abstract: The first few years as a researcher, faculty member, graduate student, and scholar of any type can be overwhelming. Your first priority might be preparing lecture notes and new courses and then getting a research program initiated with new grants and projects. Attempts to publish your research results or disseminate information on your course innovations is often pushed off far away into the distance. In response, this session offers a practical set of advice and insights into the processes and structures of writing that will help establish an academic writing program and lead one to a series of writing successes. It is targeted to graduate students, supervisors, advisors, early career researchers, and others interested in conducting research and publishing in educational and instructional technology.
Presider: Ellen Taricani, Penn State University