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Cassie Premo SteeleGo Organic! Growing Your Writing Process From Seed to Harvest

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Presenter: Cassie Premo Steele, PhD, Author & Writing Coach, Co-Creating, LLC

In this one-hour webinar with award-winning author and writing coach Cassie Premo Steele, PhD, you will learn ways to move from the seed of an idea for a writing project, through the growth and development stages, and into a sustainable harvest. Practical tips for time management, work-life balance, and self care will be included. Let this be your most productive and nourishing writing year ever! Learn more

Meagan Kittle AutryHow to Write an Introduction That Will Get Your Article Accepted

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Presenter: Meagan Kittle Autry, Director of Thesis and Dissertation Support Services, NC State University

The introduction to your article is arguably the hardest but yet most important section to write. If you don't convince the editor and reviewers of key things from the start, your article probably won't be accepted. A classic study by Swales shows that research article introductions tend to follow a specific pattern that your readers expect. In this one-hour webinar, Meagan Kittle Autry, Director of Thesis and Dissertation Support Services at NC State University, explains this pattern, shows you how to make its 3 key moves, and helps you to make a stronger case for your research to get published. As a bonus: this pattern carries over to other important genres you likely write, such as grant proposals. Learn more

Ashley SandersHow to Overcome the Perfectionism, Procrastination & Fatigue That Get in the Way of Your Writing

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Presenter: Ashley Sanders, Doctoral Candidate in History, Michigan State University

How do you overcome perfectionism, procrastination, and fatigue? Or more concerning, What do you do when you face writing anxiety that goes beyond “normal”? Based on personal experience, studies of post-traumatic stress recovery, and the work of University of Houston professor Brené Brown, this webinar will walk you through the issues underlying these common challenges. Learn practical how-to’s to overcome stressful or traumatic writing/feedback experiences to develop writing resilience and perseverance to achieve your potential. Learn more

Kristin SaininiPrinciples of Effective Scientific Writing

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Presenter: Kristin Sainani, Associate Professor with Health Research and Policy, Stanford University

From writing grants to authoring scientific papers and textbooks, writing is an imperative skill at any stage of one's career. Join Kristin Sainani, of Stanford University, for practical tips on how to improve your writing abilities. Learn how to recognize common writing mistakes, write more concisely and clearly, and avoid "academic" writing habits. Learn more

Nate LambertPublish and Prosper: Strategies for Becoming a More Productive Scholar

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Presenter: Nathaniel Mark Lambert, Ph.D., author of Publish and Prosper: A Strategy Guide for Students and Researchers

Intended to help you succeed in academia by increasing your scholarly productivity, this webinar provides strategies for getting articles published quickly in reputable research journals. Rather than focusing on the basics of writing about results, this unique webinar provides tips on how to approach research, maintain motivation, maximize productivity, and overcome common pitfalls so as to become a productive scholar. The strategies reviewed will help you successfully navigate through graduate school, get a good job, receive grants and promotions, and make important contributions to your field. Learn more


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