Some professions strongly encourage or even require that you publish. If you have written, coauthored, or edited any books, articles, professional papers, or works of a similar nature that pertain to your field, you will definitely want to include this element. Remember to list the date of publication and the publisher’s name, and specify whether you were the sole author or a coauthor. Book, magazine, or journal titles are generally italicized,
while the titles of articles within a larger publication appear in quotes. (Check with your reference librarian for more about the appropriate way to present this information.) For scientific or research papers, you will
need to give the date, place, and audience to whom the paper was presented. Use the following worksheet to help you gather the necessary information about your publications.

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