Doctoral Publishing Tip #2: Review Lectures and Assignments

 

Good morning.

Another great tip to consider for publishing after you have completed your dissertation isto review your previous assignments throughtout your masters and doctoral programs.  Hopefully you have  kept copies of all of your work throughout your years of study.  *smiles* If you are perhaps also faculty, then a review of your previous course lectures can be a wonderful source of scholarly materials as well.  You just might be amazed at the wealth of scholarly materials available that you have already written that can offer wonderful foundations to begin your publishing journey.  May I invite you to spend a wonderful Saturday afternoon taking a trip down memory lane to gather your thoughts–and your assignments or faculty lectures?   This effort will help put you on the path for publishing.

I hope these tips are of value to you as part of your publishing career.  Good luck!

Until next time . . .

Cheers!

With respect,

Cheryl

Dr. Cheryl Lentz

Chief Refractive Thinker®
The Refractive Thinker® Press, where discriminating scholars publish.  

Join me: Twitter , Linked In , My Blog , My Website , & Facebook

**For more helpful tips on doctoral publishing, please join us for a free webinar (a $97 value!) by going to http://www.FreeRefractiveThinker.com.  Please feel free to share your comments!

Share
May 5th, 2011 by admin

Leave a comment

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.