You’ve passed your viva and got your life back. Now everyone keeps asking, “When are you going to publish your PhD?” You’re vaguely aware of what’s involved, but you’re not sure where to start. There are so many options, decisions, and conflicting experiences. What’s right for you? And, more importantly, how long will it take?
- Identifying and approaching publishers
- Writing an effective book proposal
- Understanding the differences between a thesis and a monograph
- Deciding on the right structure
- Developing a productive writing process
This training is aimed at late-stage PhD students and Early Career Researchers in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The webinar lasts 2 hours.
What You’ll Get
- A 2-hour interactive webinar with activities, discussion, and Q&A
- Downloadable worksheets
- Downloadable slides
- Links to further resources
“It was a very useful session. Lots of practical advice from Catherine which has really made me think about the publishing process. I particularly enjoyed the interactive nature of the session.”
“So helpful – there were loads of extra tips packed in, plus it was great to hear from others. Thank you so much.”
“This was a tremendously informative and engaging session which gave me a much clearer picture of what the academic publishing landscape looks like. I found this to be an extremely enjoyable and meaningful session.”
This webinar costs £400 + VAT for up to 24 participants.
On receipt of a purchase order, we’ll arrange a date with you for the webinar and make all the necessary technical arrangements. This is all managed by us, you just need to send the link to your students.
Please contact Research Coach if you’d like to book this training or if you have any questions.