Organize your Writing: From First Draft to Publishing

Presented by CITAVI
 
This webinar series shows ways you can organize your writing throughout the writing process from literature review, reference management, pre-writing, writing the first draft to publishing. Join leading experts on writing to learn practical skills to improve your writing.
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Conducting and Constructing a Literature Review for Maximum Impact

January 26, 2023 - 12 PM EST |
5 PM GMT
Presented by:
Robert Thomas University of Cardiff


This webinar will explore how to approach, conduct, and create a robust, balanced, and well-structured literature review. The session will present best practice in relation to developing your research question, arguing, engaging the reader, and demonstrating a mastery of your topic area. The webinar is suitable for all levels of study up to and including PhD, and commutable to all academic disciplines.
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Proposal Writing: Effective Grantsmanship for Funding

February 7, 2023 - 12 PM EST |
5 PM GMT
Presented by:
Soraya M. Coley, Ph.D., Yulia A. Levites Strekalova, Ph.D, MBA, and Cynthia Scheinberg, MA, Ph.D


The webinar will discuss proposal writing and effective grantsmanship for funding, presentsing the step-by-step basics of program design and proposal writing for community services funding, with authors Soraya M. Coley, Ph.D., Yulia A. Levites Strekalova, Ph.D, MBA, and Cynthia Scheinberg, MA, Ph.D
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Productivity and Publishing

March 7, 2023 - 12 PM EST |
5 PM GMT
Presented by:
Margaret-Mary Sulentic Dowell, PhD, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA | Leah Katherine Saal, PhD, Loyola Unversity – Maryland, Baltimore, USA | Cynthia Fontcuberta DiCarlo, PhD, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA | Tynisha D. Willingham, PhD, Mary Baldwin Univesity, Staunton, VA, USA


This generative and dynamic presentation is geared toward doctoral students, newly-minted PhDs, and novice researchers, and specifcally introduces strategic, targeted scholarly writing productivity supports that build discipline and writing skill. Scholarly, academic writing can seem mystifying at times. Being a successful academic means that a new scholar becomes productive by translating ideas into research and research into publications. Publishing productivity may vary by institution. However, publications define a scholar’s contributions to his or her field. Significant preparation and intentional, strategic thinking is involved in realizing a successful career as an academic.
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How to Become a More Productive Scholar

April 26, 2023 - 12 PM EDT |
5 PM BST
Presented by:
Kenneth A. Kiewra, Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Some scholars are highly productive. They break new ground and do it again and again. Their names and ideas are ubiquitous in scientific journals and scholarly books. They scoff at publish or perish. To them, its publish and flourish. But, how? How are they so productive? This webinar explains how they do it and how you can do it too.