Scholarly Writing and Publishing Issues, Problems, and Solutions by Mary Frank Fox

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Subjects:

  • Learning and scholarship,
  • Methodology,
  • Research,
  • Academic writing,
  • Scholarly publishing

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Open LibraryOL8023041M
ISBN 100813300398
ISBN 109780813300399
OCLC/WorldCa11371468

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The CFDE offers the Scholarly Writing and Publishing (SWAP) fund, a grant program designed to help faculty seeking professional editorial support for projects in development across a range of serious scholarly works, including book manuscripts, article manuscripts, grantwriting, and digital scholarship.

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How to Write a Scholarly Book Review. Scholarly book reviews differ from other reviews because they cater to a scholarly audience and cover a scholarly text. The elements that you should include in the review and the ways in which you should discuss the book are unique to a scholarly audience.

The self-publishing platform Lulu has rolled out a service called Glasstree for scholarly authors. ‘Publishing Perspectives’ contributor Alastair Horne moderated a London Book Fair panel on the topic—which is not without controversy—and agreed to write up some of the discussion that included panelists from Lulu and Glasstree.

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Editing is at the heart of scholarly publishing — it is the work that takes research into a legible, creditable publication. In Kent Anderson’s survey of (and counting) “Things Journal Publishers Do”, he found that editors are engaged with at least The Handbook of Scholarly Writing and Publishing is a groundbreaking resource that offers emerging and experienced scholars from all disciplines a comprehensive review of the essential elements needed to craft scholarly papers and other writing suitable for submission to academic journals.

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This is. Home › Office for Faculty Development › Scholarly Writing Resources. Scholarly Writing Resources. OFD collaborates with Brian Halley, Editor, University of Massachusetts Press, to offer workshops on publishing topics. Each fall semester we host the Publishing Advice Forum.

You can access the forums’ Power Point Presentation. Copy Editing. Scholarly Writing Workshops. Getting Your Book Published: Demystifying the Process - this workshop features a panel of editors and authors who discuss and offer advice on the exciting and sometimes confusing experience of publishing your first book with an academic press.

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