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Power Publishing Day: From Student to Scholar: Publishing Your Thesis or Dissertation - Shared screen with speaker view
Eric Mason
25:35
and very quick turnarounds (month or less)
Sara Cooper
27:11
There is definitely a database, I will check on the name
Sara Cooper
27:34
Cabell's Directories of Publishing Opportunities
Piya Chayanuwat
30:14
@Sara, you have to include attendees. it only went to panelists.
Janine Morris
31:34
http://bit.ly/WCCPPD2021
Janine Morris
31:38
http://bit.ly/WCCPPD2021
Sara Cooper
32:12
@piya Thanks! whoops
Jaclyn O'Rorke
33:15
y
Pamela Beegle
33:19
yes
Victoria Heller
33:22
yes
Monique Bernier
33:22
yes
Athena Edwards
33:23
yes
Pamela Beegle
33:23
yes
Sara Cooper
33:45
Library database for evaluating predatory/non-predatory journals: Cabell's Directories of Publishing Opportunities
Laura Ramirez
37:29
used humor effectively
Athena Edwards
37:51
enthusiasm and open movements
Tatiana Lubin-Hains
37:52
Clear understanding of what the research topic in a short time.
Michael Chadukiewicz
37:56
role playing parts
Rita Shea-Van Fossen
38:05
3 short messages - Not technical
Michael Chadukiewicz
38:38
worked statistics in an interesting manner - did not overload - matter of factly
Eileen Petzold-Bradley
38:54
KISS Technique
Janine Morris
40:48
http://bit.ly/WCCPPD2021
Sara Cooper
46:06
15 mins remaining (including q&a time)
Janine Morris
46:36
Thank you!
Janine Morris
47:38
2 minutes!
Piya Chayanuwat
50:05
Please raise your hand and we will unmute your mic.
Eric Mason
51:10
Most people avoid risk as much as possible. But if you enjoy extreme sports, you know that part of the attraction of these activities is the risk itself. So I wanted to know how risk is communicated to potential participants. Specifically, I wanted to know whether people who play extreme sports ever exaggerate the risk of their activities.
Sara Cooper
51:29
Starting is often the hardest part! Great point, @Eric
Athena Edwards
52:47
In an age of rapidly increasing content exposure and competition, everyone knows that obtaining and maintaining audience engagement is paramount. Yet, I noticed that practices within the print trade publishing industry have remained relatively unchanged. I wondered if current practices and traditions are ideal for enegagement.
Janine Morris
53:13
This is great, Athena! Thank you for sharing it
Susan Berkman
54:49
Repeat the question for the recording
Susan Berkman
55:06
Thanks!
Sara Cooper
55:18
6 mins remaining :)
Janine Morris
55:24
https://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/from-phd-to-book-the-basics/
Susan Berkman
56:13
You can listen to the recording from the Emerald presentation earlier today when it is posted. They talked about proposals and the process.
Sara Cooper
59:23
2 mins :)
Michael Chadukiewicz
59:30
1) Food insecurity in New Haven is a bell weather for economic disparity, racism, untreated metal health and addiction. Food insecurity in New Haven2) My research focuses on building community based organization that as foretold by Dr. King are “….engaged in the task of organizing people into permanent groups to protect their own self-interest and to produce change in their behalf”3) My case Study research is centered on such organization that was born from participatory research centered on lived experience that recognizes individuals that have experienced poverty, homelessness, and food insecurity are the true experts in these experiences.4) I found that the success of WTH was researchers leveraged their power to forge partnerships with community organizations and local , state and federal policy makers and to create a space for marginalized populations
Janine Morris
01:00:36
Thank you, Michael! This looks like a great start!
Susan Berkman
01:01:02
Time!