Author's Workshop: Looking to Publish? Tips for the Aspiring Writer, Monday, 5/24, 4-5pm

Monday, 5/24, 4-5pm

Why write? How do I find a subject? Can I make something more of my exploratory essay, term paper, thesis, or dissertation? What's the best way to present my methodology, data analysis, and findings? What do editors look for? How do guidelines differ for manuscript submissions? These questions are but a few presented in this popular author's workshop, Looking to Get Published? Tips for the Aspiring Writer, offered annually in the Spring by Ms. Kay Cassell, Assistant Professor at Rutgers University, School of Communication and Information. With a focus on research publication in the social sciences, Ms. Cassell provides invaluable advice on how to find a topic; develop it into a publishable paper; and get it published. Kay Cassell is the editor of the journal, Collection Building and she has published widely in leading research journals in her field of scholarly interest. Previous to her position at Rutgers, Ms. Cassell was the Associate Director for Collections and Services at the New York Public Library. Where: 305 Russell

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