Workshops and Professional Development Library

Workshops and Professional Development Library

Below you will find the latest ASLO-sponsored workshops and professional development trainings, from work-life balance and well-being to conducting efficient peer review. Please note that while many ASLO events are open to the community, some recordings are only available to ASLO members. Not an ASLO member? Click here to join our vibrant community and start receiving exclusive member benefits today!

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Voices for Well-being in Aquatic Sciences

Sponsored by ASLO’s Early Career Committee, the goal of this webinar series is to increase awareness and offer support through open conversations about the importance of self-care, and provide information on self-help tools and techniques that can be implemented in day-to-day life to improve and maintain positive health and well-being across all career stages in academia.

Battling Imposter Syndrome

Webinar 1. Battling Imposter Syndrome

Led by Hugh Kearns, this session explores why high performing people often doubt their abilities and find it hard to enjoy their successes. It will also show the links to perfectionism and self-handicapping behaviors such as procrastination, avoidance, and overcommitment. Strategies for battling imposter syndrome are discussed.

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Publishing and Peer Review

ASLO’s journal editors and Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows routinely offer training, tips and tricks for all aspects of the scholarly publication process, from finding the right journal to conducting effective peer reviews. Check them out below!

Roadmap to Effective and Efficient Peer Review

Webinar 1. Your Roadmap to Effective and Efficient Peer Review

This virtual event presents strategies for conducting effective and time-efficient review, including tips and tricks from editors of the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) journals and a Q&A session with ASLO editors-in-chief. Hosted by the ASLO Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellows.

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Science Communication

Blogging 101: The Better Way to Share Knowledge

Webinar 1. Blogging 101: The better way to share knowledge

The LOREX program requires its participants to blog as part of ASLO's scientific communication. Here are some tips and tricks to help get started, presented by LOREX alum and former ASLO Sci Comm Intern Eilea Knotts.

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