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Why Contribute?

There are many reasons to part of the newsletter, and different people have different reasons. Here you can find a few reasons for contributing to the Discover PMI-VI newsletter.

Reasons to contribute to the Newsletter

  • Get exposure to about 500 members. Your Chapter has that many members, and what better way to get some exposure for yourself other than doing something positive that has the potential to reach that many people.
  • Work and connect with great people. There are great people that are volunteering their time for the Chapter with who you can work and interact in various ways, depending on your level of involvement. This is a great way both to share your experience, knowledge or expertise and to learn from others’.
  • Earn PDUs. Published articles of certain nature are eligible for valuable PDUs.
  • Give back to the community. You just want to share your wealth of knowledge and experience by giving back to your professional colleagues.

Can PDUs be earned for articles published in our Chapter’s newsletter?

We have specifically asked PMI for clarifications whether PDUs can be earned for authoring articles for our newsletter. Here is the answer:

Currently there are only categories for the activity for authoring or co-authoring a PM related articles in refereed or non refereed journals/publications. These categories would be 2A and 2B.

For authoring PM related articles in public outlets such as blogs, newsletters and websites we advise credential holders to submit claims under the category 2SDL option. To determine the PDU value for this specific activity, candidates would claim the hours of PM research that was spent towards the creation of the article. All articles must be directly related to project management.

Based on this clarification, we feel our newsletter is fitting under the public outlet section (as defined and indicated above), and, as such, articles may qualify for category 2SDL. To determine what qualifies, we are of the opinion that the key word in this clarification is PM RESEARCH. We remind you that it is always the author’s responsibility to determine fairly and honestly where their article fits, if there is a PM Research component to it, and if any PDUs can be claimed.

For up to date and detailed information about what qualifies for PDUs please consult PMI’s PMP Credentials Handbook and keep in mind that in the end it is your responsibility to ensure that you are accurately making PDU claims.