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From Page to Publication | Higher Degree by Research and Early Career Research Colloquium

You are invited to participate and present at an exciting series of four colloquium. Enjoy four sessions focussed on helping you to juice your research and get published.
03 - 25 JUL 2023
9.00 AM - 1.00 PM
Toowoomba, Ipswich and Springfield Campuses and Online via Zoom

Abstracts due: Friday 23rd June

The University of Southern Queensland is committed to producing the next generation of high-quality researchers. In collaboration with the PGECR, Phoenix Writers Group and the School of Education TEECRAA community, the ‘Page to Publication’ colloquium will provide you with targeted opportunities to consider how you can juice your research and get published.

Each colloquium will include:

  • A keynote speaker to help build your research, writing skills and knowledge of the publication process
  • Opportunities to pitch your publishable idea - submit an abstract following the guidelines below
  • Receive targeted and individualised feedback on your page to publication plan
  • Opportunities to connect with fellow Masters, ECR and HDR students

Help promote the series to your networks by downloading and sharing the Page to Publication Flyer.

Four colloquia will be offered starting at 9am finishing at 1pm either in-person on campus or via zoom.

Abstract submissions will be clustered according to the following research interests:

Date Location Keynote Presentation Topic  Participant Presentation Themes
Monday 3 July Toowoomba Campus Progressing to publication Learner Experience and Learning
Tuesday 11 July Springfield Campus Pathways to publishing Learning Innovation and Excellence
Monday 17 July Ipswich Campus Writing and disseminating your research Learning for and with Communities
Tuesday 25 July Toowoomba Campus Where next? Connecting and collaborating Learning Systems and Policy

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