As conducted in the past, the Fall 2019 (August) Dissertation to Publication workshop will be hosted by the Chair of the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research (CEITR), Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi, Ph.D. In this web-based workshop, participants will learn how to publish their doctoral dissertation in a peer reviewed journal. The registration window for the Fall 2019 (August) session is here.
The registration window is open from August 1, 2019 to August 25, 2019. Participants will be selected on a first come, first serve basis once the entire registration process has been completed. Seats in this workshop are limited so please register early during the registration window to increase your chances of being registered.
It is very important that you are available to attend all sessions within this workshop. Please check the following dates to ensure you are available prior to registering:
Workshop Meeting and Important Dates
Official registration window: August 1, 2019 to August 25, 2019
Roster is finalized: August 25, 2019
Participants receive an article about how to select an appropriate journal to begin the workshop
First Web-based and due date for target journals selection by participant: September 4, 2019
Second Web-based session: September 25, 2019
Third Web-based session: October 16, 2019
Fourth Web-based session: November 6, 2019
Fifth/final Web-based session; Submission to the target journals: December 4, 2019
The meeting times will be 4-5 pm Arizona Time.
Interested participants may pre-register for the Fall 2019 workshop by clicking on this link to the registration form.
The mission of the workshop is to teach the art of developing a publishable manuscript based on a dissertation, and then submit it to a peer-reviewed journal. The workshop focuses on the process and the finished product – a publishable manuscript that is ready to be submitted to a journal.
Format and Procedure
We provide structured support and guidelines via monthly Web-based meetings. Target journals for publication are suggested at the beginning of the workshop. The manuscripts are broken down into three major sections of introduction, method, and results. The committee of reviewers closely work with the participants to review, revise, and finalize their manuscripts. Participants submit their manuscripts to their target journal by the end of the workshop. Certificate of completion is awarded to the participants who complete and submit their manuscripts to the journals by the end of the workshop.
University of Phoenix affiliates, including faculty, staff, graduated doctoral students, and doctoral students close to graduation, who are interested in publishing their doctoral dissertations (in all disciplines) are encouraged to participate. Dissertation chairs/committee members may participate with their doctoral students.