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Publishing a book: what, where, when and how? (for the Faculty of Education)
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Description

Many researchers consider publishing a book, often in the form of a monograph, and the process can be daunting the first time around. You will get the starter-kit to get your idea off the ground, with a collection of tips and tools to make your life easier. By the end of the session, you'll have the basic knowledge -and more importantly the confidence- to take your publishing project further.

Target audience
  • PhD students
  • Early career researchers
Aims
  • Consider what would be the right output for you
  • Know how to select a publisher
  • Understand the growing role of Open Access publishers
  • Review the general guidance for a book proposal
  • Understand the publishing process
Format

Presentation, activities

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Duration

One 90 minutes session

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