The Librarian s Guide to Writing for Publication

Chapter 7 The Academic Environment Academic librarians face particular publication challenges . They may be required to publish in order to achieve tenure or promotion within their institution , for example , and their writing must pass ...

Author: Rachel Singer Gordon

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 0810848953

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 191

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One of the ways librarians maintain the integrity of their profession is through the creation of a robust body of professional literature. In The Librarian's Guide to Writing for Publication, Rachel Singer Gordon speaks to the hidden genius in each of us. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: queries and proposals; increasing your odds of publication; networking and collaboration; marketing and promotion; and the particular demands of authorship in an electronic environment. An appendix contains interviews with several library publishers and editors, covering the gamut of publication outlets. This is a one-stop guide for librarians at any stage of their publishing career.

Writing for Publication in Nursing and Healthcare

To say that writing for publication is easy would not be the whole truth; however, depending on what you are writing and who you are writing for, some people find some forms of writing much easier than others. This could be writing an ...

Author: Karen Holland

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119583615

Category: Medical

Page: 240

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Writing for Publication in Nursing and Healthcare helps readers develop the skills necessary for publishing in professional journals, presenting conference papers, authoring books, research reports, and literature reviews, and more. This comprehensive resource covers all aspects of writing for publication, including good practice in reviewing, the editorial process, ethical aspects of publishing, and the rules that govern academic writing, publishing, and dissemination. Assuming no prior expertise in the subject, the text uses an accessible, step-by-step approach that incorporates a wealth of real-life examples, hands-on activities, and valuable tips throughout. The second edition reflects the latest developments, guidelines, and practices both in academic publishing and in research assessment and dissemination. New and updated material covers the increasing use of social media to disseminate published work, post-publication scrutiny, contemporary issues surrounding predatory or unethical publishers, and new requirements for research registration and submission data. Edited by leading experts in the field, this practical ‘how to’ guide: Describes the basics of writing for publication and how to get started Includes numerous examples illustrating the practical ways abstracts, papers, book reviews, and other publications are written and disseminated Discusses current issues and developments, such as the impact of major ethics organisations on publishing worldwide and the rise of online journals, blogging, and podcasting Features contributions by internationally recognised academics and practitioners Explains how to turn research reports and other assignments into publishable works The definitive introduction to the subject, Writing for Publication in Nursing and Healthcare is a must-have for all nurses and healthcare professionals, as well as undergraduate and graduate students in nursing and healthcare programs who are required to write for publication.

Writing for Scholarly Publication

I felt (and feel) pressured to think critically and analytically and theoretically about this work, all of which are conventional academic ways to evaluate published writing. However, I wanted this work to be evaluated as well by ...

Author: Christine Pears Casanave

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135633943

Category: Education

Page: 312

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This collection of first-person essays by established authors provides a wealth of support and insights for new and experienced academic writers in language education and multicultural studies. Although writing for publication is becoming increasingly important as these fields become both more professional and more competitive, few scholars talk candidly about their experiences negotiating a piece of writing into print. These essays will help researchers, practitioners, and graduate students expand their understanding of what it means--professionally and personally--to write for publication. Carefully crafted, focused, and provocative, the chapters in this volume document authors' experiences with a range of practical, political, and personal issues in writing for publication. Many portray the hardship and struggle that are not obvious in a finished piece of writing. Readers are encouraged to resonate with the events and issues portrayed, and to connect the narratives to their own lives. Practical information, such as contact information for journal and book publishers, manuscript guidelines, and useful books are included in appendices. Although organized thematically, the essays in Writing for Scholarly Publication: Behind the Scenes in Language Education overlap in many ways as each author considers multiple issues: *In the Introduction, the editors discuss key aspects of writing for scholarly publication, such as writing as situated practice, issues faced by newcomers, the construction of personal identity through writing, writing and transparency, facets of the interactive nature of scholarly writing, and intertwined political issues. *Part I focuses on issues and concerns faced by "Newcomers." *In Part II, "Negotiating and Interacting," the essays closely examine the interactions among authors, editors, manuscript reviewers, and collaborators; these interactions tend to be the least often discussed and these essays therefore offer readers fascinating insights into the sensitive social, political, and personal relationships among the many players in the scholarly writing game. *"Identity Construction" is addressed in Part III, where authors share their experiences with and reflections on the ways that professional writing helps them construct their identities as writers and scholars. *The essays in Part IV, "From the Periphery," help redefine what the notion of "periphery" might mean, from a concept with a negative connotation of "outsider" to a positive connotation of active and unconventional participant.

Write More Publish More Stress Less

Background on Structured Faculty Writing Interventions We recommend that universities support the development of structured interventions for their staff in order to increase their writing for publication. A regular, ongoing arrangement ...

Author: Dannelle D. Stevens

Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 9781620365199

Category: Education

Page: 300

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In this book Dr. Dannelle D. Stevens offers five key principles that will bolster your knowledge of academic writing, enable you to develop a manageable, sustainable, and even enjoyable writing practice, and, in the process, effectively increase your publication output and promote your academic career. A successful and productive book and journal article author, writing coach, creator of a nationally-recognized, cross-disciplinary faculty writing program, and with a long career as a faculty member and experience as a department chair, Dr. Stevens offers a unique combination of motivation, reflective practices, analytical tools, templates, and advice to set you on the path to being a productive and creative writer. Drawing on her experience as a writer and on her extensive research into the psychology of writing and the craft of scholarly writing, Dr. Stevens starts from the premise that most faculty have never been taught to write and that writers, both experienced and novice, frequently experience anxiety and self-doubt that erode confidence. She begins by guiding readers to understand themselves as writers and discover what has impeded or stimulated them in the past to establish positive new attitudes and sustainable habits. Dr. Stevens provides strategies for setting doable goals, organizing a more productive writing life, and demonstrates the benefits of writing groups, including offering a variety of ways in which you can experiment with collaborative practice. In addition, she offers a series of reflections, exercises, and activities to spark your writing fluency and creativity. Whether developing journal articles, book chapters, book proposals, book reviews, or conference proposals, this book will help you demystify the hidden structures and common patterns in academic writing and help you match your manuscript to the language, structures, and conventions of your discipline--be it in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities. Most importantly, believing that connecting your passions with your work is essential to stimulating your ideas and enthusiasm, this essential guide offers you the knowledge and skills to write more.

How to Write and Get Published

... Guide for Librarians Tammy Ivins, Anne Pemberton. Day Two 1. Describe how you think it will feel to achieve the goal of getting published. ... The Librarian's Guide to Writing for Publication. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2004. 2.

Author: Tammy Ivins

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538116869

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 160

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This book will get librarians writing by dispelling the mythos surrounding “scholarly writing” by providing practical tools and advice. Though the authors have extensive experience as scholars, this book is written in a friendly, approachable, non-intimating manner.

Researching Writing and Publishing Local History

See also Proofreading Proportional spacing typewriters , 135 Publishing ( subject of chapter 3 ) : process defined , 109 ; commercial , 109-110 ; and subsidies to , 110 ; non - profit , 110 ; private , 111 Publication : pricing ...

Author: Thomas Edward Felt

Publisher: Amer Assn for State & Local

ISBN: UOM:39015013452324

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 166

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Publish and Flourish A Practical Guide for Effective Scientific Writing

Success at publishing in biomedical journals: hints from a journal editor. J Child Neurol 2009;24(3):370-8. 4. Deshpande SB. Art of writing a scientific paper. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2006;50(1):1-6. 5. Evans M. Writing a paper.

Author: Amar A Sholapurkar

Publisher: JP Medical Ltd

ISBN: 9789350253465

Category: Medical

Page: 226

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This guide accessible to the students (both undergraduates and postgraduates) and faculty members of almost all the disciplines of health sciences. The book is designed specifically keeping in mind with all the core skills you need to make your mark as a high performing and an effective scientific writer. The book provides essential pointers for the beginners who are not well versed in writing a scientific paper. This compact, easy-to-use guide is a concise, yet comprehensive reference available for today’s writers that guides through the step-by-step method of preparation of an article and getting it published in a good biomedical journal. It offers practical advise, clear definitions, and helpful explanations in a clear and readable style. The principles applied are applicable to all the disciplines of health sciences. This book gives clear practical advises, illustrated with examples on how to write an original research paper, a review article, case report and letter to editor. The contents of the manual would be of value to all the scientific writers, the response be overwhelmingly positive and be most widely adopted in the nation. To enjoy while reading the material and also attempt to write a good scientific paper which would be acceptable in an international indexed journal with high impact factor. This book would help any trainee scientist to improve his/her skills in writing a paper and enjoy in doing so.

How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper

Part V : Doing Other Writing for Publication Chapter 23 How to Write a Review Paper . Chapter 24 How to Write Opinion ( Book Reviews , Editorials , and Letters to the Editor ) Chapter 25 How to Write a Book Chapter or a Book Chapter 26 ...

Author: Robert A Day

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521671671

Category: Mathematics

Page: 324

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Guide on writing and submitting a scientific paper for graduates to professionals.

Academic Writing for Engineering Publications

Regardless of the publication, the co-authors should be the writers, investigators, or team members who contribute to the knowledge production. The contributions can be active involvement or supervision of one or more of the following ...

Author: Zhongchao Tan

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030993641

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Know How to Write And Publish A Book

A special thanks to Praveena Kumari who has gone through the book prior to Publication and suggested the author to incorporate interesting points and solutions, supposed to be faced by the readers while writing and publishing a book.

Author: Sadanand Barnawal

Publisher: Author Store

ISBN:

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 102

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In this book, author illustrates the reasons behind writing a book, how to start writing, topics that are used to write, publication like Conventional and Self-Publishing, ISBN, Copyright, Advertisement, Social Media, Press Release, Royalty, Amazon Kindle Publication, Google Play Books Partner Center, etc. Once a person reads this book, he will automatically be enthusiastic to start writing. The reader would get all the issues resolved at a single platform, i.e.; this book. In this book, the contents are indigenous and generate interest among readers.