Preparing Your Project for Publication Through The OLC Research Center: Opportunities And Amplification

Concurrent Session 4
Streamed Session K-12 OLC Session

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Brief Abstract

The OLC Research Center offers an incredible opportunity for new and established scholars and practitioners in the field of online and blended learning to publish their work and participate in a community of visionary educators. Bring your current research project!  This workshop focuses on strategies for collaboration and publication within the Center in a hands-on co-working session that puts theory into practice.



Dr. Abby McGuire serves as the Director of Research at the Online Learning Consortium where she supports the OLC’s research efforts and advances the reach and impact of the OLC’s Research Center. Abby collaborates with scholars, practitioners, OLC team members, and external partners to design and implement initiatives and publish research that advances online, blended, and digital teaching and learning. Abby loves creating and sharing ideas to deepen understanding and shift perspectives about teaching and learning. She is a bold, creative thinker and educational leader with professional writing, editing, and consulting expertise, and she is a higher education professional with more than a decade of experience in administrative and faculty roles. Abby holds a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and a Master of Arts in English Composition and Communication from Central Michigan University.

Extended Abstract

The OLC Research Center offers not only a robust library of scholarly research and data-driven best practices, but also provides opportunities for new and established scholars and practitioners in the field of online, blended, and digital learning to advance the field by sharing their work by publishing through the OLC Research Center.  This session will provide submission criteria and assistance shaping a project for publication through The OLC Research Center, which publishes work in a variety of genres, including scholarly articles, blog posts, reports, research-driven guides, playbooks, multimodal submissions, and books.  

Bring a current research project in any stage of development. This hands-on collaborative workshop will provide opportunities to prepare your work for publication through the OLC Research Center.