Webinar: "Who, Me, an Author? Tips for Publishing Your Extension Work"
Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019
Publishing in journals provides an opportunity for Extension professionals to share their program, research, and teaching efforts with others and to contribute to the knowledge base of the profession. For many Extension professionals, however, the publication process can seem overwhelming and just the thought of it is enough to bring on writer’s block. An initial question often asked is: What can I write about? With time for writing at a premium, one of the keys is to work smarter by considering the publication potential presented by everyday Extension practice. This webinar will set participants up for success as authors by reviewing publication opportunities, the writing process, and how to overcome common mistakes. You'll hear from Theresa Ferrari, an Extension Specialist in 4-H Youth Development, at The Ohio State University. She has varied experience as an author, reviewer, and editor of scholarly publications. She represents NAE4-HA on the board of Extension Journal, Inc. and is the chair of the Editorial Committee, which has oversight for publishing the Journal of Extension. The webinar will be held Friday, October 25, 2019 at 12 p.m. ET. Follow this link to learn more. Sourced from: NAEPSDP
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