Welcome to Day 5 of the Publish and Thrive Challenge!
This week, we have considered ways to identify publishing venues, where to present our work, what rights we retain and/or give away when we sign publishing agreements, and approaches to increasing the visibility of our work. Now, let's hear from faculty and graduate students at UMaine with a record of publishing, presenting, and reviewing scholarship!
Your Challenge: Watch/Listen to Publishing Strategies from UMaine Faculty and Graduate Students
Note at Least Three Pieces of Advice You'll Carry Forward in Your Publishing Journey Going Forward
This is a recording of a publishing workshop for graduate students that took place in spring 2020. We covered everything from how to handle competing commitments, to ways of staying committed to writing, to strategies for surviving (and responding to) feedback/peer reviews, and how to become a better writer. Participants included (from right to left):
The video is 2 hours long, so in case it's helpful, and you want to jump to spots of most interest to you, here are some topical time stamps:
Did you like this Challenge and want to engage further?
You've completed the Publish and Thrive Challenge! It's been a delight to spend this week with you. We hope you found these activities useful and thought provoking for your work at the university and beyond. Keep in touch!
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