Watch the Recording- Now the Real Work Starts: How to Use New Media to Promote Your Book after it Has Been Published
Marshal Poe, editor-in-chief of the New Books Network, discusses how academic authors can use new media such as podcasts, blogs, video abstracts and social media to maximize the impact of your research both before and after it has been published.
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Listen to our 'Publication Success' interview with:

Marshall Poe

Editor-in-Chief,
at New Books Network

Listen to Marshall Poe, former professor at Harvard University and founder of the New Books Network, discuss how scholars can use new media to increase citations and expand the reach and impact of their research.
  • 4 Mistakes Academics Make When Trying to Spread their Research
  • Why 'New Media' Shouldn't Scare 'Old Academics'
  • Lessons from Interviewing Thousands of Book Authors about Their Research

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Overcoming Linguistic Bias Against Non-native English Speaking Scholars in Academic Publication

Hear from Professor Marnie Jo Petray and Professor Gaillynn Clements about overcoming linguistic bias in the publishing journey.

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Hear from Ivan Oransky, Co-Founder of Retraction Watch about the work he is doing to combat negligence and fraud in academic publications.

Tuesday, January 25
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