Administered by the MLC Research Centre team as part of Dr. Gammel’s mandate to train the next generation of highly skilled academic scholars, PUBZ provides peer-support for the preparation of dissertations, theses, MRPs, conference papers, journal articles, and scholarly books. In line with Ryerson’s student-driven experiential education, the goal is to provide MLC team members and other interested students and scholars with a forum for honing skills in research, writing and publishing, and offer support for the preparation of publishable scholarship.
ATTENTION STUDENT SCHOLARS: Join the MLC’s PUBZ 2018 Group and Workshop Your Research for Publication
Are you working on a thesis or dissertation? Are you translating course material into a conference paper? Do you want to turn this paper into a journal article? Are you looking to parlay thesis or dissertation material into content for scholarly book proposals or book chapters? Are you wondering how to turn scholarly research into content for trade publishing or online publishing?
Come visit the MLC Research Centre PUBZ group, which provides peer-support for the preparation of dissertations, theses, MRPs, conference papers, journal articles, and scholarly books. The goal is to provide MLC team members and other interested students and scholars with a forum for honing skills in research, writing and publishing, and offer support for the preparation of publishable scholarship.
MLC PUBZ Leaders WINTER/SPRING 2018:
Location: MLC Gallery, 111 Gerrard Ground floor
Date & Time: The group is meeting on the first Thursday, of each month, as follow:
Thursday, February 1, 5-6:30pm
Thursday, March 1, 5-6:30pm
Thursday, April 5, 5-6:30pm
Thursday, May 3, 5-6:30pm
Free of charge, but must RSVP as seats are limited: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Location: 111 Gerrard, first floor, MLC Conference/Exhibition Space
Participants: RSVP in advance to email@example.com or 416-979-5000 ext. 7668
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Call for Submissions
We are calling for participants for the 2014 PUBZ series. If you have a paper that you think might benefit from PUBZ, please let us know by or before 31st January, 2014. All we need is a quick email note with a tentative title and brief description of your project and the deadline, if you have one. You can simply respond to firstname.lastname@example.org..
Summary of PUBZ Learning Point
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If you are interested in PUBZ, please contact: email@example.com or 416-979-5000 ext. 7668.