Publish, Don’t Perish: A Short Course in Scholarly Publication (An NLN Webinar Series 2012-2013)
Taught by the leaders of the NLN Scholarly Writing Retreat
- Leslie H. Nicoll, PhD, MBA, RN
- Marilyn Oerman, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF
September 28, 3pm – 4pm ET, How to Write a Manuscript, Presenter: Marilyn H. Oermann, Introducing the process of writing for scholarly publication in nursing from idea through publication
October 19, 3pm – 4pm ET, How to Select a Journal for Your Article, Presenter: Leslie H. Nicoll, Using the “journal due diligence” process to strategically select a journal that is appropriate for your topic
November 16, 3pm – 4pm ET, Impact Factors, Presenter: Marilyn H. Oermann, Journal impact factors: how they are determined, what they mean to you as an author
January 18, 3pm – 4pm ET, The Peer Review Process, Leslie H. Nicoll, The ins and outs of peer review, including double-blind, single-blind, and open review; becoming a peer reviewer; and tips on writing helpful reviews
February 15, 3pm – 4pm ET, Writing Chapters, Marilyn H. Oermann, Guidelines for writing a chapter and the steps involved in writing a book
March 15, 3pm – 4pm ET, Ethics in Writing, Leslie H. Nicoll, Common ethical issues including authorship, plagiarism, falsification of data, retraction, repudiation, and finding errors in published works
FORMAT: To participate in an audio/web conference, you only need a computer connected to the internet with a speaker. You will hear the presentation through the speakers. Following the presentation, there will be plenty of time for questions and answers.
REGISTRATION: You may have as many faculty as you wish in a conference room, viewing the presentation (which can be projected onto a large screen). Your registration entitles you to one connection only. If your school is logged onto the web server more than once, your first connection will be terminated. Registration is limited to 100 connections. Register early! If we exceed 100 registrations, we will request that the speaker offer the conference again at a later date.
We heard your budget concerns and know that the critical shortage of faculty makes it difficult to take the time to travel to professional development events. To address these needs, NLN is instituting this new format and will offer several audio/web conferences on selected topics on a regular basis. Please let me know which topics are of most interest to you.
Full Webinar information: http://www.nln.org/facultyprograms/AudioWebSeminars/Publish/index.htm