Submitting to Conferences and Journals

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Reasons to publish/present Build your area of expertise and name recognition Get ideas/feedback Network (NCA Job Fair and Graduate School Open House) Keep abreast of developments in the field
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How to find journals and conferences Join listservs and look for “CFPs” (call for papers) Look for panels to join, special issues of journals; books to review
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Journals Like a conversation; citing past articles is a way of joining the conversation Reviewers will be looking for what you contribute to the conversation Consider writing book reviews! Submissions include abstracts, keywords, and cover letters Blind review Expect to be asked to revise and resubmit; expect the review process to be long
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Conferences Themes Divisions (NCA student division) Guidelines (papers or abstracts; limits on # of
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Unformatted text preview: submissions) Membership Submissions involve abstracts, keywords, and sometimes credentials Papers; panels; poster sessions; roundtable discussions Not all blind review Why its important to follow submission instructions Almost all the labor that goes into reviewing is unpaid Dont make it easy to reject you The paper trail becomes your (shadow) image General advice Create the connections yourself; dont wait for the right fit to come along Be open to feedback and criticism; the point is not to hold your ground, but to develop your work Pay attention to the small details; keywords are important for electronic networking! Assume you have something important to say Keep to the time allotted for presentations!...
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course COMM 294 at San Jose State University .

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