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NCFDD Facilitated Learning Community: How To Develop, Write and Submit your Article in Nine Weeks

9/26/2012
When: 9/26/2012 - 11/28/2012
3:00 PM
Contact: NCFDD Support


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NCFDD Facilitated Learning Community:
How to Develop, Write and Submit Your Article in Nine Weeks
 
 
Facilitator: Rich Furman

 

In this 9-week facilitated learning community, you will learn the ins and outs of publishing scholarly articles. Through audio lessons, readings, experiential exercises, and threaded discussions, you will develop the skills you need to publish your work. All participants will work on a new or in-progress article, receiving invaluable feedback from other workshop participants. This community is ideal for those who are fairly new to scholarly publishing, or for those who may be stuck, and wish to develop and strengthen existing skills.

You will want to purchase a copy of Rich Furman's book Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles for the learning community. It can be purchased through Amazon.com or directly from the publisher.

About Rich:

Rich Furman, MSW, PhD, is Professor of Social Work at the University of Washington-Tacoma (UWT).  He is also affiliated with the Ethnic, Gender, and Labor Studies program at UWT.  He is the 2011 recipient of the University of Washington-Tacoma Distinguished Research Award.  Rich has published over 100 scholarly articles and 10 books.  His most recent books are Social Work Practice with Men at Risk, Transnational Social Work Practice, Social Work Practice with Latinos:  Key Issues and Emerging Themes, An Experimental Approach to Group Work, and Navigating Human Service Organizations. His book, Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles, has helped hundreds of faculty increase their scholarly productivity. 

Rich's main areas of research are men at risk and masculinity; social work practice with transnational Latino populations; and the use of the arts and humanities in social work practice, research, and education.  He has conducted research, practiced, volunteered, and taught throughout Latin America, Asia and Europe, where he has worked with many faculty and doctoral students on their scholarship. 

A qualitative methodologist, Rich is dedicated to innovations in expressive and creative approaches to research. His practice background includes ten years experience in direct practice and administration. Rich also teaches periodically in the Doctor of Social Work program of the School of Social Policy and Practice at the University of Pennsylvania.

Rich is available for individual mentorship as well as coaching on writing and publishing academic articles and books.

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