Event Type: Lecture
Speaker Information: Professor Hyun-Sook Kang
This presentation is aimed at graduate students who consider publishing their work as an article in a refereed journal, as a chapter in an edited book, or as a monograph. In this presentation, Dr. Kang will (re)introduce the organizational conventions of an academic paper in education. Drawing on her experience as an author, reviewer, and co-editor of the Journal of Language, Identity & Education, she will discuss a few steps and strategies to get a paper published in a peer-reviewed academic journal. Included in the discussion are how to identify a venue to submit your work, how to interpret the status of your article in the manuscript system, how to make sense of editors’ decisions and reviewer comments, and how to address them for revision and resubmission.
Sponsor: EPOL Department