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ACHE Webinar Sneak Peek: Publishing Steps for Administrators and Practitioners

October 27, 2016 2:18 PM | Anonymous

The Journal of Continuing Higher Education is a refereed journal featuring major articles and shorter columns of professional interest to the adult continuing higher education community. In an effort to support adult continuing higher education, JCHE serves as a forum for the reporting and exchange of information based on research, observations, and experiences relevant to the field. Issues are published in the winter, spring, and fall. The journal welcomes two types of submissions: major articles (current research, literature reviews, theoretical models) and best practices (new, innovative, and successful programs or practices in higher and continuing education).

You too can write these types of articles. Administrators and practitioners are doing great things, and they are the perfect people to share their best practices.

Mark your calendar now to register and attend a webinar over this very subject, hosted by JCHE’s own Royce Ann Collins. The workshop will start with the basics of writing for publication. It is a process, so take the step now to start!


Please join us November 2 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time to participate in this professional development opportunity.  

  • ACHE Member Registration – Free
  • Non-Member Registration – $30.00 (USD)

Click Here to Register 

Presenter Biography:

Royce Ann Collins is the editor of the Journal of Continuing Higher Education. With 15 years of experience as an administrator of adult degree programs at higher education institutions, she has won national and regional awards for her teaching, research, and scholarship. When she isn’t editing journal articles, she is expanding the Adult Education program to the K-State Olathe campus of Kansas State University.

Currently, Collins serves on the Executive Committee for the Commission for Accelerated Programs and is a member of American Association for Adult and Continuing Education.

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