I enjoy real contact with faculty members, but the technology reduces travel time and expense to zero--a benefit that's hard to ignore.
If you're interested in an online talk or workshop, please let me know.
Topics: defining your audience, restructuring, finding a voice, removing unnecessary documentation, adding context and breadth, planning your work, finding material for articles, and scheduling time to write.
Those who attend are asked to send summaries of their dissertations in advance.
Ethics in Science Publishing Who should attend: science faculty.
Topics: authorship standards; rules of submission; confidentiality; responsibilities of authors, editors, and reviewers; correcting errors; and appealing decisions.
This allows me to tailor the workshop to their needs and to help them plan revision strategies during the workshop.
Ideally, no more than twenty-five people should attend.
I recommend setting aside an hour after the workshop for individual consultations.
Publishing a Monograph Who should attend: faculty members seeking publication with a university press, other nonprofit publisher, or for-profit scholarly publisher.