Kelly Edmonds,
Dr. Carolyn M. Shields                   Doctoral Candidate
   University of Illinois               Univers...
Introduction
•Writing Tips

•Publishing Tips

•Survival Tips
Writing in a Scholarly Way
 What’s the Difference?
  Term Papers
  Dissertations
  Scholarly Articles for Publication
Getting Started
 Narrative hook
 Statement of problem
 Purpose of paper, including specific
 research questions
Essential Components
 Ontological/epistemological
  considerations; positioning
 Overview of literature and theoretical
...
The Meat
 Data & findings
 Analysis/interpretations
 What does it mean? (have you
 acknowledged/considered possible
 al...
How Do I Conclude?
 What does it mean?
 What action is implied?
 How is this significant?
 Embed all of the discussion...
Choosing a Journal
 Who do you want to reach?
 What do you want to say?
 Why do you want to publish?
 How do you even ...
The Review Process
 Type
  Editorial review
  Peer review
  Blind/non-blind
 Process
 Timeline
Submission Tips
 Determine your manuscript TYPE
   Research paper, literature review, case
    study, position paper, cr...
How to Succeed
 Understand the process
 Write well
 Be confident
 Find peer support
 Be persistent, yet patient
 Be ...
More information
 Slides available at:
http://www.slideshare.net/kedmonds/publishing-for-graduate-stu




 Review criter...
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This presentation, given at the 2009 CSSE conference in Ottawa, Ontario, offers graduate students advice on writing, publishing, and surviving the publication process.

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  1. 1. Kelly Edmonds, Dr. Carolyn M. Shields Doctoral Candidate University of Illinois University of Calgary Editor: CJNSE-RCJCÉ at Urbana-Champaign kaedmond@ucalgary.ca cshields@illinois.edu CSSE 2009 Conference: Ottawa, Ontario
  2. 2. Introduction •Writing Tips •Publishing Tips •Survival Tips
  3. 3. Writing in a Scholarly Way  What’s the Difference?  Term Papers  Dissertations  Scholarly Articles for Publication
  4. 4. Getting Started  Narrative hook  Statement of problem  Purpose of paper, including specific research questions
  5. 5. Essential Components  Ontological/epistemological considerations; positioning  Overview of literature and theoretical perspectives  Overview of methodology, including type of research, participants, data collection, and analysis
  6. 6. The Meat  Data & findings  Analysis/interpretations  What does it mean? (have you acknowledged/considered possible alternative interpretations from other cultural, social, political, theoretical or intellectual locations? i.e., where does your study fit and how does it make a contribution?
  7. 7. How Do I Conclude?  What does it mean?  What action is implied?  How is this significant?  Embed all of the discussion in relevant literature and solid peer- reviewed material. (Keep web sites and popular articles to a minimum.)
  8. 8. Choosing a Journal  Who do you want to reach?  What do you want to say?  Why do you want to publish?  How do you even know what journals are out there?
  9. 9. The Review Process  Type  Editorial review  Peer review  Blind/non-blind  Process  Timeline
  10. 10. Submission Tips  Determine your manuscript TYPE  Research paper, literature review, case study, position paper, critical scholarship, book review  Submission Criteria  Journal purpose, length, format, citation style, inclusive language, media
  11. 11. How to Succeed  Understand the process  Write well  Be confident  Find peer support  Be persistent, yet patient  Be respectful  Keep submitting
  12. 12. More information  Slides available at: http://www.slideshare.net/kedmonds/publishing-for-graduate-stu  Review criteria available at: http://www.cjnse-rcjce.ca/index.php/cjnse/about/submissions#au
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