An Editor’s View From Journal Article Submission to Publication

WebinarDate: Thursday, February 20, 1-2 p.m. ET
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Presenter:
Micki M. Caskey, Professor, Portland State University

Micki CaskeyPublishing peer-reviewed journal articles is often considered the gold standard in academia. Yet, what really happens when you submit your article to an academic journal? In this session, Micki Caskey, Former Editor of Research in Middle Level Education Online, an international peer-reviewed research journal, will demystify the journey your article takes during the publication process--from the moment you click on “submit” to the journal’s publication decision. What will improve the likelihood of an “accept” decision? What can you do to avoid the “reject” decision?  How do authors celebrate a “revise and resubmit” decision? Micki will share what journal editors want authors to know and do before submitting a journal article that will lead to a successful publication.

Micki M. Caskey is a Professor at Portland State University whose areas of specialization include doctoral student writing and research. Micki is co-editor of two book series: The Handbook of Research in Middle Level Education and The Handbook of Resources in Middle Level Education. She is also former editor of Research in Middle Level Education Online—an international peer-reviewed research journal. Micki is author or editor of more than 75 publications and 100 conference presentations.

 
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