About Us & Signing Up

To get into this site fill out this form and include a comment or else you will not be accepted.  If accepted and legitimate I will manually register for you and create a password and email you with that.  You should be able to then change it if you wish. Then you’re welcome to comment as a contributor or maybe even an author if I provide that status.  Messages that just note how wonderful the site is don’t suffice.  This message should be on a meaningful topic of your choice that serves to advance the cause of knowledge and the common good, or about something you read on this site.  There is also a contact form at my general WordPress site College Research Sharing.  This is also the name of my group on LinkedIn. No sales or marketing of consumer product or services of any kind  here or event promotions, please.

I also have a profile at Networking for Professionals and in LinkedIn. This site is a work in progress as an extension of my long career as a professional writer/editor/publicist, and my work at all online Charter Oak State College where I started as one of the pilot faculty nine years ago teaching a required course in college research and writing that all students must pass to continue with their studies.  COSC is the most highly rated college in America for returning adults. In addition to the pages here, for more examples of scholarship sharing see a student self-publishing venture by Prof David Stoloff .  Also Digication with one sample locale at Norwalk CC.  Appears to use a Google app.  All very exciting.

If you’re serious you might also contemplate & investigate the world of publishing here if you’re an author or wannabe. This can be a good place to explore and test promotion and readability of your work. An abstract can be helpful in this regard, or an excerpt, chapter, synopsis, draft syllabus.

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5 thoughts on “About Us & Signing Up”

  1. Hi, This website looks excellent. I like the way you set up the tabs. Also, the pictures add an element of nature! This will prove to be very useful for students and emerging writers! I have to go find those short stories and submit them! Great job!

    1. Thanks Christina! The world of publishing is now on steroids and we have to make sense of it! I enjoy helping budding writers, as well as those who, shall we say, are more mature! I’ll give you permission to be an author and you can explore that on the site. Fun!

  2. Well, Rick, I’m here. I took a quick tour through Linked-In. I was surprised how many names I recognized — and how many of those are old friends or family! What exactly is the purpose of joining Linked-In?


    1. Hi Bob, I think most people are networking for jobs, but I use it for dialogue, with my group on College Research Sharing. I’ll invite you into it. Publishing these days necessitates the use of social media not only after publishing but before. I’m interested in exploring ways to link info and ideas in stories, books, memoirs, etc. to generate real dialogue and go beyond the surface of the text. It’s a Brave New World of publishing! So far, I don’t have anything on my site http://www.emanationspress.com but that may change. It isn’t a WordPress site like this one.

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