This workshop assists prospects to shape their community engagement ideas, hone their articles, understand how to target trade publications, abide by various guidelines, understand freelance copyright levels such as first, second, all and world rights, develop a query letter, and build a professional voice under their subject matter expertise (SME). Upon publication, like that of traditional research journals, the results help to transfer important knowledge, impact industry conversations, but with more immediacy in the field and one’s career credibility (Bleiklie & Powell). Drs Bean and Holland will discuss potential markets such as: Marketing News, School Library Journal, Diverse Issues in Higher Education) and journalistic entities (Crain’s Detroit Business,Crain’s New York Business, Business & Leadership, Wired, Entrepreneur, The Chronicle of Higher Education), to name a few, where to find new markets, and how to avoid pitfalls that can accompany any submission effort (Bean, 1999; 2016; 2018).
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