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Building A Publishing Pipeline: Concrete Strategies for Increasing Your Writing Productivity

When: Tuesday - 10/11/2016
2:00pm-3:30pm ET
Where: Online Webinar
United States

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Building A Publishing Pipeline: Concrete Strategies for 

Increasing Your Writing Productivity

Facilitator: Erin Marie Furtak, PhD

To be maximally productive in academic life, we all need to produce a steady stream of publications; but how can we keep multiple writing projects moving ahead simultaneously when they are all in various states of completion? This webinar, based on Erin Marie Furtak's "Productivity Pipeline" column from the Chronicle of Higher Education, we will work together to conceptualize your writing projects as a pipeline, and then will complete a series of activities in which you’ll list your planned and active writing projects, assign them to categories in the pipeline, and then make a concrete action plan for moving forward with several of the projects at the same time.


Be sure to read Professor Furtak's article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, "My Writing Productivity Pipeline."


About the Facilitator

Erin Marie Furtak, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Science Education in the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Frustrated while trying to realize educational reforms as a public high school biology teacher, Erin transitioned into a career studying how science teachers learn and improve their daily classroom practice. 


Erin makes space to write daily amidst running several funded research projects and coordinating a research team; her writing has been published in research- and practitioner-oriented books, journals, book chapters, humorous essays, and advice columns. Outside of work, Erin prioritizes taking quality time with her husband and two young children, reads The New Yorker voraciously, and continues her quest to bake the perfect chocolate chip cookie.

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