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Scholarly Writing : Publishing Manuscripts That Are Read, Downloaded, and Cited, Paperback / softback Book

Scholarly Writing : Publishing Manuscripts That Are Read, Downloaded, and Cited Paperback / softback

Edited by Mary Renck Jalongo, Olivia N. Saracho

Part of the Springer Texts in Education series

Paperback / softback


This book on scholarly writing offers a unique, evidence-based, technology-supported approach to writing for publication across the disciplines.

It is suitable both as a graduate level textbook and as support for faculty seeking professional development in scholarly writing.

It is a sequel to Writing for Publication: Transitions and Tools That Support Scholars’ Success.

Current issues in Academia--such as the expectation that graduate students will publish, the option for doctoral students to publish in lieu of writing the dissertation, the pressure on scholars from various countries to contribute to professional journals written in English, and the metrics used to assess impact of published work—have influenced scholarly writing.

Unlike other books on the topic, every chapter includes narratives of experience, self-assessment tools, guided practice activities, reviews of research, and discussion of controversies in publishing.

All chapters incorporate curated online resources and technology supports as well.

Across the spectrum of experience, ranging from aspiring author to prolific, readers are guided in ways to generate manuscripts that are not only readable and publishable but also downloaded and respectfully cited by their professional peers.


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