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  1. Hi, We are aware of these issues and working on a solution. I will share your comments with our support and technical team.
  2. Hello, Thank you for sharing this information. We are aware of these issues. I will share your post with our team. This Citavi Community is meant to discuss best practices for using Citavi and networking. My goal is to find a Citavi Champion to help me monitor the forums. We just made this live recently. If you would like to schedule a call to discuss this, please let me know.
  3. Hello Triklu, sorry for not replying sooner. We were on leave for the holidays. The German university is correct, though you can highlight a text in a PDF and add indirect, direct or ideas which you can then add to a text box and the knowledge organizer to see everything in one place. Here is a link to Citavi Support page for more information on how to use Citavi https://www.citavi.com/en/support/overview
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    Join the Writing Group Publish and Persevere Date: April 28, 2022 Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman Topic: Planning and Taking Your Next Steps in Qualitative Research Writing Description: Looking back across the series and forward towards next steps, attendees will craft a writing plan and share ideas for future development areas. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAsdeyhqTojHtFBMWCwCFJNMw2-Wjkvcw6F After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.
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    Join the Writing Group Publish and Persevere Date: April 14, 2022 Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman Topic: Use of Pseudonyms in Research Description: In this session, ideas about how to choose pseudonyms in research and write about the process in thoughtful, culturally responsive ways are shared. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYrc-6opzgrHNa1Oi9MlV3DSAwh3spv1oei After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.
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    Join the Writing Group Publish and Persevere Date: March 24, 2022 Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman Topic: Harnessing Educational (Social) Media in Research Description: Make the most impact of your research accounts through the use of social media. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcvcO-trzksHtYH1bH5JIP7C0ukni5C-R0I After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.
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    Join the Writing Group Publish and Persevere Date: March 10, 2022 Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman Topic: Research Poetry Description: Does the idea of writing data in the form of research poetry intrigue you? Join this session to consider research poetry in a safe space prior to World Poetry Day on March 21st and U.S. Poetry month in April. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUtcuqvqTouHtXVxRxmseMxiP0M5kLO_XEv After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.
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    Join the Writing Group Publish and Persevere Date: February 24, 2022 Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman Topic: Conducting and Writing Essential Qualitative Research II Description: Dig deeper into how to write about essential qualitative research. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcrdeGorzIjH9UhTJDMx-bIyHWeWtV5AD7N After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.
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    Join the Writing Group Publish and Persevere Date: February 10, 2022 Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman Topic: Conducting and Writing Essential Qualitative Research I Description: Learning how to conduct and write about essential qualitative research (e.g., basic, generic) is a foundational step in the qualitative research process. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUvduqurjgiH9JGuvxlNkjOdMQEX6swx9Kh After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.
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    Join the Writing Group Publish and Persevere Date: January 27, 2022 Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman Topic: Writing Reflexivity into Research Accounts Description: Qualitative Researchers exhibit deep reflexivity during the research process. How might the reflexive process best be reflected in our final research accounts? Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIod-6rrj4vHN2RSrv2euVXFUY_DgdMs-DE After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.
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    Join the Writing Group Publish and Preserve Date: January 20, 2022 Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman Topic: Reflexivity in Research Description: Join this session to consider the following questions. What is reflexivity in research? How might research reflexivity occur? How do qualitative researchers usually write about reflexivity in research? What rich resources are there? Reflexivity in research will be the unifying thread through all sessions in this series. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwsdOusrzMoGtfIw9shdNTtIF7IjOL7EIMp After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.
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    Join the Writing Group for Academics Date: May 18, 2022 Facilitator: Rich Furman from Write, Publish, Thrive Coaching. University of Washington, Tacoma. Topic: Ask the Expert: Academic Writing and Publishing Description: The writing group gives you an opportunity to ask questions about academic writing and publishing. Rich will share best practices and speak to the challenges of scholarly writing. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZModeCtqDgtE9HJzVrOZG2L9NSquQLXYZgD After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio Rich Furman, MFA, MSW, PhD, is full professor of social work at the University of Washington, Tacoma. Rich has 25 years of experience as a clinical social worker, organizational leader, therapist, coach and scholar. He has held leadership positions in higher education and non-profit organizations, and was the founding director of one of the largest community based, children's wraparound programs in the United States. He is the author of over 15 books and 120 peer-reviewed articles, and recognized as one of the international leaders in expressive, arts-based qualitative methodologies. Rich provides strengths-based, insight-oriented coaching for scholars and leaders at all stages of their careers. Rich has conducted workshops on writing and publishing throughout Asia, Latin America, and Europe. In 2019 he crossed an item off his bucket list by completing a of Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte's Latin America MFA program.
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    Join the Writing Group for Academics Date: April 20, 2022 Facilitator: Rich Furman from Write, Publish, Thrive Coaching. University of Washington, Tacoma. Topic: Ask the Expert: Academic Writing and Publishing Description: The writing group gives you an opportunity to ask questions about academic writing and publishing. Rich will share best practices and speak to the challenges of scholarly writing. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwufumurDgvH9F9syV1fL5CExJtHjWv0VqI After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio Rich Furman, MFA, MSW, PhD, is full professor of social work at the University of Washington, Tacoma. Rich has 25 years of experience as a clinical social worker, organizational leader, therapist, coach and scholar. He has held leadership positions in higher education and non-profit organizations, and was the founding director of one of the largest community based, children's wraparound programs in the United States. He is the author of over 15 books and 120 peer-reviewed articles, and recognized as one of the international leaders in expressive, arts-based qualitative methodologies. Rich provides strengths-based, insight-oriented coaching for scholars and leaders at all stages of their careers. Rich has conducted workshops on writing and publishing throughout Asia, Latin America, and Europe. In 2019 he crossed an item off his bucket list by completing a of Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte's Latin America MFA program.
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    Join the Writing Group for Academics Date: March 16, 2022 Facilitator: Rich Furman from Write, Publish, Thrive Coaching. University of Washington, Tacoma. Topic: Ask the Expert: Academic Writing and Publishing Description: The writing group gives you an opportunity to ask questions about academic writing and publishing. Rich will share best practices and speak to the challenges of scholarly writing. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMode2rpj8rHdVC2Ig3v5DhaJteyEkJwvEH After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio Rich Furman, MFA, MSW, PhD, is full professor of social work at the University of Washington, Tacoma. Rich has 25 years of experience as a clinical social worker, organizational leader, therapist, coach and scholar. He has held leadership positions in higher education and non-profit organizations, and was the founding director of one of the largest community based, children's wraparound programs in the United States. He is the author of over 15 books and 120 peer-reviewed articles, and recognized as one of the international leaders in expressive, arts-based qualitative methodologies. Rich provides strengths-based, insight-oriented coaching for scholars and leaders at all stages of their careers. Rich has conducted workshops on writing and publishing throughout Asia, Latin America, and Europe. In 2019 he crossed an item off his bucket list by completing a of Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte's Latin America MFA program.
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    Join the Writing Group for Academics Date: February 16, 2022 Facilitator: Rich Furman from Write, Publish, Thrive Coaching. University of Washington, Tacoma. Topic: Ask the Expert: Academic Writing and Publishing Description: The writing group gives you an opportunity to ask questions about academic writing and publishing. Rich will share best practices and speak to the challenges of scholarly writing. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYudO-rqjIoH9FpxCILdSDoKJGYuzlmV1E0 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio Rich Furman, MFA, MSW, PhD, is full professor of social work at the University of Washington, Tacoma. Rich has 25 years of experience as a clinical social worker, organizational leader, therapist, coach and scholar. He has held leadership positions in higher education and non-profit organizations, and was the founding director of one of the largest community based, children's wraparound programs in the United States. He is the author of over 15 books and 120 peer-reviewed articles, and recognized as one of the international leaders in expressive, arts-based qualitative methodologies. Rich provides strengths-based, insight-oriented coaching for scholars and leaders at all stages of their careers. Rich has conducted workshops on writing and publishing throughout Asia, Latin America, and Europe. In 2019 he crossed an item off his bucket list by completing a of Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte's Latin America MFA program.
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    Join the Writing Group for Academics Date: January 19, 2022 Facilitator: Rich Furman from Write, Publish, Thrive Coaching. University of Washington, Tacoma. Topic: Ask the Expert: Academic Writing and Publishing Description: The writing group gives you an opportunity to ask questions about academic writing and publishing. Rich will share best practices and speak to the challenges of scholarly writing. Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUtdumorT8tEtwvWafWx8gycCIsBuOs7Llw After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitator’s Bio Rich Furman, MFA, MSW, PhD, is full professor of social work at the University of Washington, Tacoma. Rich has 25 years of experience as a clinical social worker, organizational leader, therapist, coach and scholar. He has held leadership positions in higher education and non-profit organizations, and was the founding director of one of the largest community based, children's wraparound programs in the United States. He is the author of over 15 books and 120 peer-reviewed articles, and recognized as one of the international leaders in expressive, arts-based qualitative methodologies. Rich provides strengths-based, insight-oriented coaching for scholars and leaders at all stages of their careers. Rich has conducted workshops on writing and publishing throughout Asia, Latin America, and Europe. In 2019 he crossed an item off his bucket list by completing a of Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte's Latin America MFA program.
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    Die offene Zitationsstil-Sprechstunde ist für alle Citavi-Nutzer*innen gedacht, die einen Zitationsstil individuell anpassen und konkrete Fragen bei der Umsetzung haben. Bei der Anmeldung beschreiben Sie Ihr Problem. In der Sprechstunde wird die Lösung des Problems live via Zoom demonstriert. Über den Chat können noch Rückfragen gestellt werden. Sollte das Problem zu speziell oder nicht von allgemeinem Interesse sein, bekommen Sie die Problemlösung in einem Screencast per E-Mail geliefert. Anzahl Teilnehmer*innen: Max. 10 Personen Die Teilnahme ist kostenfrei. Nach der Anmeldung bekommen Sie die LogIn-Daten per E-Mail zugeschickt. Registrieren: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqf-6qrTssG9wMgE7K65aSEaUP3gAqqqto Fragen, Wünsche und Anregungen können Sie im Vorfeld des Webinars an webinar@citavi.com schicken.
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    Viele Fakultäten, Institute und Lehrstühle (teilweise sogar einzelne Dozent*innen) geben eigene Leitfäden, Richtlinien oder Hinweise zum Umgang mit Quellen und zum korrekten Zitieren heraus. Darin finden sich häufig sehr individuelle Zitiervorgaben. Das ist für Studierende oft mit Verunsicherung verbunden – in jedem Fall aber mit viel Arbeit im Detail. Citavi-Nutzer*innen steht mit dem Zitationsstil-Editor jedoch ein mächtiges Tool zur Verfügung, mit dem (fast) alle Zitiervorgaben umgesetzt werden können! Ist ein Zitationsstil einmal angepasst, legt sich die Unsicherheit beim Zitieren und man spart sehr viel Zeit. In diesem Webinar erfahren Sie, mit Schritten Sie einen Zitationsstil individuell anpassen: 1. Citavi-Testprojekt anlegen 2. Passende Stil-Vorlage auswählen 3. Grundeinstellungen des Stils festlegen 4. Darstellung im Literaturverzeichnis definieren 5. Darstellung im Text oder in den Fußnoten definieren 6. Stil testen und verbessern Die Teilnahme an diesem 60-minütigen Webinar ist kostenfrei. Nach der Anmeldung bekommen Sie die LogIn-Daten per E-Mail zugeschickt. Anzahl Teilnehmer*innen: Max. 25 Personen Registrieren: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUvdO-hpjwiH9GwcXJ6UAifWtBgQKX5e_St Fragen, Wünsche und Anregungen können Sie im Vorfeld des Webinars an webinar@citavi.com schicken.
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    Leider gibt es kein universelles Zitationsformat. Jede Disziplin folgt ihren eigenen Traditionen. Nicht selten sind Zitier-Vorgaben von Institut zu Institut oder sogar von Lehrstuhl zu Lehrstuhl verschieden. Citavi hat jedoch einen mächtigen Zitationsstil-Editor, mit dem (fast) alle Zitier-Vorgaben umgesetzt werden können! In diesem Webinar erfahren Sie, wie der Zitationsstil-Editor aufgebaut und was bei der Arbeit mit dem Zitationsstil-Editor grundsätzlich zu beachten ist: Welche Zitierstilarten gibt es? Wie finde ich eine passende Vorlage? Wie sieht die Benutzeroberfläche des Editors aus? Was kann leicht angepasst werden? Wo sind Haken versteckt? Wo wird der angepasste Stil gespeichert? Die Teilnahme an dieser 30-minütigen „Coffee Lecture“ ist kostenfrei. Nach der Anmeldung bekommen Sie die LogIn-Daten per E-Mail zugeschickt. Anzahl Teilnehmer*innen: Max. 25 Personen Um mehr in die Tiefe zu gehen, gibt es in regelmäßigen Abständen die Offene Zitationsstil-Sprechstunde und das Webinar „In 6 Schritten einen Zitationsstil individuell anpassen“. Auch diese Angebote sind kostenfrei. Fragen, Wünsche und Anregungen können Sie im Vorfeld des Webinars an webinar@citavi.com schicken. Registrieren: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0odOipqTguHdHoipq_4E2V6Q8B2FPOG5VK
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    Join the Writing Group for Literature Reviews Date: November 18 Facilitator: Dr. Desi Richter, Writing Coach with Dissertation by Design Topic: Ask the Expert: Literature Reviews Description: Write claims and synthesis statements, learn how to write using the MEAL Plan structure Register Here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcqf--urjMoH9A9RZ-fsesOU67dXctKk1mG Limited to 100 registrations! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. About the Facilitator: Dr. Desi Richter is an educational researcher and dissertation coach located in New Orleans, Louisiana. One of her greatest joys is working with researchers to help them develop their studies from inception to completion. She especially enjoys helping research scholars write about their research in ways that clearly communicate their research agenda and foreground their analysis. When Desi is not coaching doctoral students through their research, she conducts professional development for local teachers in her role at a local non-profit, AfterCLASS. Her research interests include curricular narrowing, arts-based research, and social-emotional learning. She conducted an arts-based study using musical inquiry for her doctoral research and wrote her study findings as a cycle of thematical.
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    Join the Writing Group for Literature Reviews Date: November 11 Facilitator: Dr. Desi Richter, Writing Coach with Dissertation by Design Topic: Ask the Expert: Literature Reviews Description: Organize, annotate, and analyze research articles Register Here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEkfumppj4rE9O2AF7xrdDA0pEJygpUO-6M Limited to 100 registrations! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. About the Facilitator: Dr. Desi Richter is an educational researcher and dissertation coach located in New Orleans, Louisiana. One of her greatest joys is working with researchers to help them develop their studies from inception to completion. She especially enjoys helping research scholars write about their research in ways that clearly communicate their research agenda and foreground their analysis. When Desi is not coaching doctoral students through their research, she conducts professional development for local teachers in her role at a local non-profit, AfterCLASS. Her research interests include curricular narrowing, arts-based research, and social-emotional learning. She conducted an arts-based study using musical inquiry for her doctoral research and wrote her study findings as a cycle of thematicall
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    Join the Writing Group for Literature Reviews Date: November 4 Facilitator: Dr. Desi Richter, Writing Coach with Dissertation by Design Topic: Ask the Expert: Literature Reviews Description: Develop an outline of your literature review, identify key terms and pockets of literature, determine if an article should be used in your literature review Register Here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUvceupqzgsE9UVZkdJuYSWB76Imn0Hxw-3 Limited to 100 registrations! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. About the Facilitator: Dr. Desi Richter is an educational researcher and dissertation coach located in New Orleans, Louisiana. One of her greatest joys is working with researchers to help them develop their studies from inception to completion. She especially enjoys helping research scholars write about their research in ways that clearly communicate their research agenda and foreground their analysis. When Desi is not coaching doctoral students through their research, she conducts professional development for local teachers in her role at a local non-profit, AfterCLASS. Her research interests include curricular narrowing, arts-based research, and social-emotional learning. She conducted an arts-based study using musical inquiry for her doctoral research and wrote her study findings as a cycle of thematically linked, narrative songs. Most evenings, you will find Desi writing songs, strolling along the bayou, or listening to live local music in the French Quarter.
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    In this webinar, we explore cognitive, emotional and behavioral tools that scholars can use to increase their productivity without increasing the amount of time they spend writing. This webinar is designed scholars throughout their academic careers, from doctoral students to full professors. Skills taught include developing health sustainable writing sessions, use of rituals and habits, self-talk and short meditation sessions. Register Here: https://go.qsrinternational.com/Psychological_Tools?_ga=2.34309986.256567328.1634039861-2000893456.1627922881 About the Presenter Rich Furman, MFA, MSW, PhD, is full professor of social work at the University of Washington, Tacoma. Rich has 25 years of experience as a clinical social worker, organizational leader, therapist, coach and scholar. He has held leadership positions in higher education and non-profit organizations and was the founding director of one of the largest community based, children's wraparound programs in the United States. He is the author of over 15 books and 120 peer-reviewed articles and recognized as one of the international leaders in expressive, arts-based qualitative methodologies. Rich provides strengths-based, insight-oriented coaching for scholars and leaders at all stages of their careers. Rich has conducted workshops on writing and publishing throughout Asia, Latin America, and Europe. In 2019 he crossed an item off his bucket list by completing a of Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte's Latin America MFA program.
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    This webinar takes a look at some practical issues related to book writing in academia, including about (1) leveraging the long-term benefits of doing it, (2) shaping an idea for a book, (3) pitching a book to a publisher, and (4) laying the groundwork to write a book. It dispels some myths about skills required for book writing, including that it requires exceptional writing skills, while underscoring the skills and commitment it does require. Register Here: https://go.qsrinternational.com/Writing_Academic_Textbook?_ga=2.67194066.256567328.1634039861-2000893456.1627922881 About the Presenter Elizabeth Creamer is professor emerita from the School of Education at Virginia Tech where she dodged administrative roles while serving as a faculty member, first in Women’s Studies and, secondly, in educational research for thirty-five years. A prolific writer, she is the author of more than 100 research articles and five books, including most recently Advancing Grounded Theory with Mixed Methods Research.
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    Are you interested in conducting a dissertation or thesis that provides meaningful service to an organization or community? You are not alone. Many students want to conduct program evaluation, action research, community-engaged studies, and other forms of collaborative inquiry that do not easily fit traditional structures for dissertation and thesis writing. This webinar focuses on three questions to consider when conducting a service-oriented dissertation or thesis: What is a service-oriented dissertation or thesis, including its purpose and characteristics? How do I work productively with my dissertation or thesis committee, as well as the organization or community where the inquiry takes place? How do I communicate and present the inquiry work to meet university requirements and the needs of the organization or community being served? Register Here: https://go.qsrinternational.com/Service_Orientation?_ga=2.32539773.256567328.1634039861-2000893456.1627922881 About the Presenters Dr Tamara Walser is a professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington where she coordinates the M.S. concentration in Evaluation and Organizational Learning, and the certificate program in Evaluation. Dr. Walser teaches courses in evaluation and inquiry methods, and mentors graduate students through their dissertation, thesis, and culminating project experiences. Dr Mike Trevisan is Dean of the College of Education and Professor at Washington State University. He has taught courses in program evaluation and measurement, and chaired or served on the committees of 49 doctoral students. Drs. Walser and Trevisan co-authored the book, Completing Your Evaluation Dissertation, Thesis, or Culminating Project (SAGE). They also co-authored, Evaluability Assessment: Improving Evaluation Quality and Use (SAGE).
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