Workshop

Writing for publication. Academic Writing Workshopthe panacea of successful academic writing.

Learn the nuts-and-bolts of writing a research article. From writing to publication – interactive, dynamic, and practical workshop.
Academic research is a dynamic process, which can produce knowledge, theories and also practical solutions.Improve the present knowledge on scientific writing.

The workshop is a key platform for:
publish internationally,
collaborate in global scientific communities,
participate in academic conversations that go beyond geopolitical borders.

Learning objectives:
Principles and processes of scientific writing;
Prewriting strategies;
Skills to acquire;
Literature review and methodology;
Finding opportunities to publish;
Data collection;
Sharing ideas;
Finding a mentor;
Methods and results;
Positioning your paper;
The culture of the workplace;
Turning research into impact;
Demystifying the article publishing process;
Triple your productivity and reduce your rejections;
Drafting, revising, and editing;
Research methods used for peer-reviewed articles;
Effective proofreading and editing for publication;
The peer review process;
Making your research article publishable;
Become independent writer.

 Advocates of workshop pedagogy:

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Charmaz, K. (2006). Constructing grounded theory: A practical guide through qualitative analysis. London, England: Sage.
McCarthey, S. J. (2007). Four metaphors of the composing process. In Bresler, L. (Ed.), International handbook of research in arts education (pp. 477-495). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
Graves, D. H. (2003). Writing: Teachers and children at work (20th anniversary ed.). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. (Original work published 1983)
Murray, D. (2003). A writer teaches writing (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin.
Atwell, N. (1998). In the middle (2nd ed.). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Calkins, L. M. (1994). The art of teaching writing (2nd ed.). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Goffman, E. (1981). Forms of talk. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Deshon, J. A. P. (1997). Innocent and not-so-innocent contributions to inequality: Choice, power, and insensitivity in a first-grade writing workshop. Language Arts, 74, 12-16.
Dressman, M. (1993). Lionizing lone wolves: The cultural romantics of literacy workshops.
Murray, D.M. (1985). A writer teaches writing. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company.

A syllabus is available upon request. For more details about the workshop and the eligibility requirements, please email us.