2012-13 Catalog

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Offering Description

Publish to Flourish: Part II

Fall 2012 quarter

Linda Moon Stumpff natural resource policy, public administration

This class is designed as an introduction to the world of publishing for students who have completed a major research project.  One required orientation meeting is planned. The class will explore various journals, magazines, and e-publishing opportunities through library research and seminar papers.  Each student will read one book and at least four journal articles and complete two seminar papers on the readings.  They can then begin rewriting and revising an existing research paper for publication.  In part two, we will explore turning longer research projects into shorter pieces for publication in the public arena in newsletters, blogs, magazines and highlight articles or book reviews in journals.  It is expected that three drafts will be required.  One of the drafts will be peer reviewed by a member of the class. Students will submit a publication plan describing where they will submit their final revised work.  Finally, each student will submit the last revised work to the faculty via e-mail for review.

Advertised Schedule
Oct 12-14, 5-9p Fri, 9a-5p Sat/Sun
Online Learning
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Evening and Weekend