Publishing with The Conversation
Webinar for members
The Conversation Canada is a new digital publication that brings together the expertise of academia and journalism, where all of the authors are from Canadian universities. The Conversation works with professional journalists to expose academic research to a wider audience, a model that serves as a "knowledge mobilization" vehicle for academics who want to raise their profiles and share their expertise across Canada and around the world. Editor Scott White explained the model and give a live demonstration of how academic authors get access to detailed publishing analytics.
Scott White, Editor, The Conversation Canada
Nicola Katz, Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences
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