Make a start. Writing for peer reviewed journals.

Educating Creatively Webinar Series Running from
Last event: Wednesday 4 May at 3.30pm
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Part of: Educating Creatively Webinar Series

Interested in writing for journals but not sure where to start? If so, then this seminar is for you. An overview of the whole process is presented, from selecting an appropriate journal and writing a paper that has a selling point, through to submission to the editorial board.

Paula has been writing and publishing in peer reviewed journals since 2013. She would like to share her experience and offer support to colleagues and students who are new to publication.

Biography

Paula Hamilton is a senior lecturer at the University of Chester. After completing teacher training Paula worked on a European health promoting schools research project. She then spent 10 years within further education teaching on early childhood studies and health and social care courses. Since 2007, she has worked as a senior lecturer in higher education lecturing on programmes relating to childhood, families, and education studies. Her PhD, completed in 2011, focused on the inclusion of migrant worker children into primary schools in North Wales. Paula’s research and publications lie in the field of social justice, inclusion, diversity and the health and well-being of children, young people, and families. p.hamilton@chester.ac.uk

This event will take place on zoom, please click here to join.

Duration

Approx 60 mins

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