The paper trail: Developing a paper from conception to final acceptance and the bit-in-between!

The paper trail: Developing a paper from conception to final acceptance and the bit-in-between!

Speaker:  Professor Simon Lloyd D. Restubog, School of Labor and Employment Relations and Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Topic: The paper trail: Developing a paper from conception to final acceptance and the bit-in-between!

Venue: Lend Lease Room, 1 Management Drive

Date: Wednesday 26th June 2019

Time:  10-12pm

RSVP: Friday the 21st June 2019 to carly.mccabe@mq.edu.au

Abstract:

The aim of this round table discussion and workshop is to provide participants with practical insights into the development of a paper from initial submission, including developing the theoretical foundation, through the many theoretical and empirical challenges to address, in response to various rounds of reviewers’ comments. Simon will then trace the paper through the revisions to the final accepted product.  He will share some of the strategies he has learnt that enabled him to navigate the sometimes-torturous revision process as well as re-crafting/overhauling a paper for journal resubmission. His research is predominantly quantitative but the lessons on dealing with reviewers are relevant to both qualitative and quantitative researchers, and all are welcome. This workshop follows an open discussion format. As such, participants are welcome to ask questions and contribute to the discussion.

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