Have you always wanted to get your work published in higher education and don’t know where to start? Have you felt that in order to get published you must know the proverbial gatekeepers? This presentation offers insight and action steps to support authors move successfully past those gatekeepers by providing a roadmap though the process and essentially handing authors the gate key. As educators in higher education, it is often required to have publications and presentations in order to earn tenure. This process can feel overwhelming but with the correct support and guidance, it is certainly doable.
The presenters have successfully edited several publications and published several books, chapters, articles, etc… and offer insight as both authors and editors. Professional perks of getting published, along with a step by step guide of how to take professional expertise from the lecture and/or presentation stage to publication will be provided. Presenters will also offer insider tips to support the topic selection process, writing process, submission process, and revision process. Additionally, sample organizations and publishers that support and encourage new authors will be discussed and listed.
Leslie Haas, Xavier University of Louisiana, United States
Jill Tussey, Buena Vista University, United States