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Professor Gina Whisker - Writing for academic publication - sharing our learning and teaching practice

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Tuesday, 24 September 2019 from 09:30 to 15:00 (BST)

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Title: Writing for academic publication - sharing our learning and teaching practice

Presenter|: Professor Gina Whisker - Head of University Brighton’s Centre for Learning & Teaching, Professor of Higher Education & Contemporary Literature  teaches and researches in learning, teaching, postgraduate study supervision and academic writing.  With 26 books (some edited) and over 140 articles published including:The Postgraduate Research Handbook(2001, 2008)The Good Supervisor (2005, 2012);Getting Published (2015);The Undergraduate Research Handbook (2nd edn 2018).Gina also specialises in contemporary women's writing, postcolonial, Gothic & popular fictions: Key Concepts in Postcolonial Writing (2007) Horror (2005), Margaret Atwood, an Introduction to Critical Views of Her Fiction (2012)Contemporary Women’s Gothic Fiction(2016).Gina is an HEA Principal Fellow, National Teaching Fellow & SFSEDA.

Venue: Staff Development Room, Floor 2, Mercantile House Learning & Teaching, Profess

This workshop will focus on writing  for  academic publication, with  a special  concern  for  sharing  our work on our professional practice  as teachers and  facilitators of learning in higher education.

 

Why  write  for academic publication?

What could  you publish and  where?

Steps in  developing writing  for  academic publications, journals, books, trade papers  blogs

Finding the  right journals -the politics of publishing. Turning your  professional teaching and learning  practice in your discipline  into a  publication- theory, writing  focus, genre, language, shape.

Different  kinds of writing in different  sections

 Please advise us if you cannot make this event after booking as spaces are limited. 

 

 

Parking & Transport to the University of Portsmouth (UoP):-

Maps, train station, bus routes and travelling into Portsmouth, please click on http://www.port.ac.uk/maps-and-directions/  for further details.

Parking is restricted at the UoP car parks, unless you have a valid UoP parking permit. Failure to display a UoP parking permit will result in a Parking Charge Notice (PCN), payable to Portsmouth City Council. Pay & Display parking is available on Hampshire Terrace (PO1 2QF), Cambridge Road (PO1 2EF), Gunwharf Quays car park (PO1 3TZ) or Alec Rose Lane car park (PO1 2SA).  If you need disabled access parking, please email acdev@port.ac.uk or contact the events administrator on 023 9284 3328.

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Staff Development Room, Floor 2
Mercantile House
Hampshire Terrace
PO1 2QB University Of Portsmouth
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 24 September 2019 from 09:30 to 15:00 (BST)


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