Course Leader: Christina Rozeik
This one-day course will provide an introduction to publishing in conservation, and it is aimed at conservators who would like to know more about writing up their work for publication. The course will cover the process of getting your ideas into print, from choosing a good subject to finding the right outlet, and from submission to publication. The focus of the course is primarily practical and will include tips on structuring an article, peer review, preparing images for publication, referencing ... and how not to annoy an editor! Throughout the day there will be short practical writing exercises, so it would be helpful if attendees could bring examples of works-in-progress or be prepared to talk about an idea that they have for publication.
2. About the workshop
3. Thinking about publishing in conservation
- Can conservators read (or write)?
- Barriers to writing
- Different types of writing – different types of publication
4. Journal publishing
- Anatomy of an article
- What happens when you submit an article?
- Making corrections
- How to keep an editor onside
Lunch (not provided)
5. Thinking about your first article
- Choosing a topic
- Getting material together
- Image preparation
- Choosing an outlet
6. Better writing
Booking and Payment
Morning and afternoon tea and coffee are included in the course fee; lunch is not provided.
For further information about the course or any other enquiries please email email@example.com
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