STEMskiller: Skill Set Map for Mentors of Early Career Researchers
Introduction to writing for publication
Getting publishing in a scholarly journal can be an overwhelming experience for early career researchers unfamiliar with scholarly publishing and scientific communications. While mentors should serve as the key guides for their mentees through this process, the following tools and resources provide mentors with reading material they can provide to mentees new to this process, ranging from submission to navigating the peer review process.
Useful resources on Introduction to writing for publication:
Telliamed Revisited. (2020). How to Write a Response to Reviewers in Ten Easy Steps. https://telliamedrevisited.wordpress.com/2020/07/15/how-to-write-a-response-to-reviewers-in-ten-easy-steps/
Detailed advice for early career researchers in responding to reviewers of a submitted article.
University of Manchester Library. (n.d.). How to get published in academic journals. https://www.escholar.manchester.ac.uk/learning-objects/mre/getting-published/story_html5.html
30-minute presentation, including interactive elements. Includes explanations and activities for choosing the right journal, article preparation, submission and peer review, and editorial decision.
Tags: IPS; IA; IPS WC; IPS R; IPS IL; PSR ER; CompS
Peer Review: None
Table of contents:
- 1.2. Academic reading and writing
- 1.2.1. Preparing to write
- 1.2.2. Writing specifics for different academic formats
- 188.8.131.52. Books
- 184.108.40.206. Dissertations
220.127.116.11. Research articles
- 18.104.22.168. Review articles
1.2.3. Grant proposals
1.2.4. Corresponding with others
Author: Stephanie Krueger
Peer Reviewer(s): None
Last Updated: October 22, 2021