Convert your academic work into publications! Join the Create Your Publication Strategy course and move toward your goals. 

The course will run from September 11 to October 20, 2017 so choose the section that fits your professional interests. Registration is now open– scroll down to enroll and pay. Questions? Contact us at info@path2publishing.com.

Through six lessons you will:

  • Assess the publication potential of your thesis or dissertation: Know which parts of your dissertation or thesis to publish, and how to develop them for publication.

  • Reflect on scholarly or professional choices in light of career goals: Know how to move closer to those goals.

  • Evaluate steps to pursue self-publishing, online publishing, or to work with established publishers: Understand the pros and cons of publishing on social media or blogs as well as journal articles, cases, white papers, chapters or books.

  • Define a publication strategy: Develop a clearly defined 1 to 2-year strategy that aligns with your career goals and keeps you accountable.

  • Connect with a writing community: Benefit from evergreen access to the course and materials beyond the 6-week course.

This course is appropriate for anyone who has completed a thesis, dissertation, or other postgraduate capstone project within the last five years. To join the course, register below and use the PayPay button. You will receive course log-in instructions by email. If you prefer to receive an invoice, send an email request to info@path2publishing.com.

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Dr. Helen Kara and Dr. Janet Salmons created this course. We have each written and published blog posts, articles, book chapters, books, edited books, self-published books, guides and manuals. Dr. Lynn Wilson is a researcher and writer who works in the environmental policy field. We are experienced instructors, and look forward to working with you!

Helen Kara's blog Visit Helen Kara’s blog to learn more about her work as an independent researcher and writer. Follow her on Twitter @DrHelenKara.

V2L logo See the About page on this site to learn more about Janet Salmons. Follow her on Twitter @einterview.

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