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AERA Conference Session on Journal Publishing Process

From my AERA-C: Learning and Instruction Forum listserv:

Please spread the word about a useful session at the upcoming AERA conference, designed to help graduate students and early career faculty navigate the journal publishing process. The Berkeley Review of Education, a peer-reviewed journal devoted to issues of diversity and equity, will bring together its senior editors with highly experienced current and previous editors from journals like Human Development and Reading Research Quarterly to offer helpful strategies and answer questions about the writing and submission processes.

Demystifying the Publishing Process: Insights from Journal Editors on Writing, Editing, and Revising Manuscripts for Submission – Learn strategies from experts in academic publishing on how to write and edit your work, the peer-review process, and how to produce a manuscript of publishable quality.

With Panelists:
Professor P. David Pearson, U.C. Berkeley
Professor Geoffrey Saxe, U.C. Berkeley
Professor Frank C. Worrell, U.C. Berkeley

And Berkeley Review of Education Board Members:
Rebecca Anguiano
Arturo Cortez
Huriya Jabbar
Amy Stornaiuolo

Monday April 16: 2:15-3:45 p.m.
Vancouver Convention Center
Second level–West Room 211

For more information about the Berkeley Review of Education:
www.berkeleyreviewofeducation.com

AERA Home Page on the World Wide Web: http://www.aera.net
List Service Info http://listserv.aera.net/scripts/wa.exe

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