Networking: Resources and Hints
INANE is, above all else, a networking group! The "Networking" navigation bar takes you to our Who's Who Lists on this site. Everyone involved in the production and distribution of nursing journals is encouraged to join us!
Our annual conferences remain an important on-site networking opportunity, but even if you cannot be at the conferences, you can network with others using all the resources of the internet. Here are all the ways you can be part of our network!
A major tool for networking is our Email list on Yahoo Groups. If you are involved in editing, publishing or distributing nursing literature, please join us. For details, go to the Membership page on this site.
Use our electronic form to activate your own INANE Who's Who listing. You can use the form to be listed on either the "Who's Who of Nursing Journal Editors" or the "Who's Who - Friends and Supporters" list. You can also use this form to make a change to your current listing. When you complete the form you will have the opportunity to attach a photo of yourself, and of the cover of your journal.
Social Networking Tools
From the Editor's Pen is INANE's blog created and managed by Leslie Nicoll. Subscribe to the blog to stay connected with all things INANE! Visit this blog site to see Leslie's explanation of the reason for each of our networking resources, and why each one is important.
NursingWriting A blog site supported by the Center for Nursing Scholarship at the University of Connecticut, NursingWriting provides editors with a clearinghouse where they can announce calls for submissions for regular and special issues. Updated weekly, NursingWriting also features news about journal publishing, grants, conferences, and issues of interest to nurse authors, as well as writing and publishing tips for nurse writers. For some interesting history of blogs as well as tips for authoring one see Blogs: History and Hints by Thomas Long