Registration: Dissertation to Publication Workshop
Registration: Dissertation to Publication Workshop, College of Doctoral Studies, University of Phoenix

Thank you for your interest in registering for the Dissertation to Publication workshop. Please carefully read the information below to understand details about the workshop and the registration process.

Workshop Registration Form
This form serves as the registration for the workshop.

Workshop Cost
The Dissertation to Publication workshop enable colleagues worldwide to collaborate cost effectively with peers and experts via synchronous and asynchronous methods for effective and engaging learning. We are committed to modeling best practices in online learning in our workshop. Toward that end, our workshops utilize numerous proven teaching strategies and learning activities that will enable participants to understand the process of transforming their dissertation into a manuscript that can be submitted to a peer reviewed journal for publication.

The registration cost is $250, which will be waived for University of Phoenix affiliates (students, faculty, alumni) if registering with their University of Phoenix email address.

Dissertation Chairs and Committee Members
Dissertation chairs and committee members who are supporting former students and serving as a co-author must register for the workshop as well. For organizational purposes, all participants should register on their own. For example, faculty and alumni should register and chairs/committee members should register separately. Chairs/committee members should not register their students and students should not register their chair/committee members when applicable.

Workshop Participant Cap
Seats in this workshop are limited so please register once you have made the decision to participate. If the registration is closed/full for the next session then you will be placed on a waiting list for the next workshop session. Workshops run Aug-Dec and Jan-April.

Workshop Commitment
We want each of our workshop participants and committee of reviewers to have the best possible experience during the workshop. There are certain times when taking on a new responsibility is a good time or not so good time. To evaluate whether or not this is the best time for you to enroll in this specific session of the Dissertation to Publication Workshop, please consider the following two points of information.

1. The workshop requires approximately 4 hours a week to spend on developing the manuscript to submit for publication.

2. There are five synchronous meetings over the four month workshop that last for an hour. These meetings take place online from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm Eastern Time Zone.


Once again, thank you for your interest in registering for the Dissertation to Publication workshop.
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