Publishing your research in journals is not just a way to demonstrate your research proficiency, fill your C.V., and gain status in your field—it’s also a way to enter the scholarly conversation, and to communicate your knowledge to the wider world. Join us and find out from our panel how and why students publish their research, and how to create an effective publication plan that will serve you well now and when you’re searching for a job. Our panel will tackle the big questions, and any you have along the way:
- Why publish?
- When should I publish my work?
- What and how much should I publish? Is there such a thing as too much?
- How do I know which journals I should to submit to?
- Are edited collections equal to refereed journals in terms of impact on my C.V.?
- How does double-blind peer review work, and how long does the process take?