Especially in the early stages of your career, you need to grow your identity as an independent scholar. But you might receive feedback from a mentor or a reviewer that they “don’t hear your voice” in your writing. Or more commonly, you might sense that the articles you want to write aren’t even getting written. How exactly can you lead with your voice to find momentum throughout the publication process and increase your scholarly productivity?
Watch this free video course to learn practical writing tips that emphasize your unique contributions to the field in these parts of the process:
- Writing the abstract
- Selecting your journal
- Reviewing the literature
- Editing the words on the page
You will learn to identify, clarify, and communicate your argument. Through the completion of nine course exercises, you will make actual progress toward publication of a specific manuscript.
Who Will Benefit
Early-career faculty, faculty shifting fields or writing genres, or those struggling from inefficiency or burnout will especially benefit from this course.
Submit your details to get a free on-demand video course, valued at $450.
To sign up for this training, please submit your details and sign up for future updates from Academic Impressions. You may also hear from our Director of Coaching.
The following lessons are included with this course.
- 1 hr, 22 min of content
- 27 short videos
- Workbook with 9 exercises
- Bank with 25 examples
- Valued at $395. Free for members.
Allison DiBianca Fasoli, Ph.D.
Allison is a faculty coach, developmental-cultural psychological researcher, and educator. As a nationally funded, mixed methods researcher with 15 years of experience in higher education, she understands the unique opportunities and challenges that faculty members face today as they navigate research, teaching, and service.
Allison’s coaching process is informed by decades of researching and teaching about concepts related to learning processes, motivation, decision-making, self-concepts and identity, and theories of human growth and development. Drawing on her background in qualitative interviewing and in counseling and clinical psychology, Allison attends to subtle shifts in energy and emotional tones, allowing her clients to clarify what they want, open possibilities for action, and make decisions they can trust.
Allison earned her Wellness Coaching certificate from Emory University and is currently earning an advanced degree in counseling and clinical psychology. She also has training in Academic Coaching through Landmark College and training in scholarly writing through the University of Chicago’s Writing Program. She unites these areas of wellness and academic coaching together with her background in higher education to coach faculty at the intersection of work, identity, and wellbeing. Whether faculty are feeling over-committed, anxious, stuck, or simply want to increase their research productivity, Allison’s aim is to help faculty improve their academic work and personal well-being at the same time, such that faculty can engage more intentionally and with greater energy, clarity, and confidence.
How Coaching Can Help
Our faculty coaching package is an individualized program designed to support you as you establish yourself and excel as a scholar, take charge of your career, balance numerous competing demands, and provide accountability to help you achieve your goals.