Social writing spaces for early career academics: benefits and barriers when writing for impact

Would you like to participate in our pilot writing support project for ISBE early career academics?

Please read this flyer 'Social writing spaces', Then, if you’re interested in participating, please answer each of the following questions in no more than one sentence, and send your responses to Bob MacKenzie @ bob@amed.org.uk by Tuesday 14 November.  Once we’ve received your expression of interest, we’ll contact you again by early December to confirm your place, and with more details.

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  1. What is your name?
  2. What is your host university/HEI?
  3. How can we best contact you?
  4. What is your current or anticipated writing project?
  5. What stage are you at with this writing project?
  6. Briefly, can you indicate one major issue that you’re currently facing in your writing?
  7. Would you be willing to commit to participating in both linked workshops for all of the time if you are offered a place?  (YES/NO)
  8. Is there anything else that you’d like to add?

Some background:  recent examples of ISBE/AMED writing and publishing collaborations:

(click on the links to reveal and download the publications)

e-O&P, Autumn 2015: Understanding and promoting small business growth and entrepreneurship, Part 1:

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e-O&P, Summer 2016: Understanding and promoting small business growth and entrepreneurship, Part 2:

eO&P Summer 2016 SMEs Part

Critical friendships for coaching and mentoring in writing:

Critical friendships for coaching and mentoring in writing  (This short article explains the principles and processes by which AMED encourages, supports, and edits the work of contributors to its journal e-Organisations and People, so that they can write more confidently and well, and see their work in print.)

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