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Stop Procrastinating: 5 Easy Steps to Start Writing an Article for Those That Have Been Thinking About It For Too Long

  • August 18, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom

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Don’t let fear or intimidation stop you from writing an article for publication. In this presentation, the Editor of the Journal of Continuing Higher Education, Dr. Walter Pearson, will share a 5 step process that can get you started writing on the topic on which you are an expert. In addition, he will share the operational components of article format, how to submit, and how the journal considers articles. Most importantly, Dr. Pearson wants to hear from you about your article ideas and this workshop will feature time to discuss your ideas and get you started on your topic.

Presented byDr. Walt Pearson, Editor, Journal of Continuing Higher Education, Retired Dean, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, Loyola University

Walt currently serves as the Editor in Chief for ACHE’s peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of Continuing Higher Education. In this role, he enjoys working with authors to shape their ideas for publication and serving our talented Editorial Board, who serve as reviewers for the journal. Walt had been active in ACHE for 26 years. Walt retired as Dean from Loyola University Chicago in 2018, where he worked with faculty and staff to deliver on a commitment to working adults. Helping working adults to become better leaders, achieve success in their lives, and create more meaning are central themes of his career. Walt’s areas of expertise include effective enrollment practices, systems for faculty development, strategies that promote adult student persistence, policies and procedures to support prior learning assessment, ways to employ technology to help build programs, and administrative techniques for both large and small institutions. He holds a Ph.D. from Iowa State University in adult and continuing education.

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