Academic Writing Month 2017
To mark Academic Writing Month (#ACWRIMO, #ACWRI), we've pulled together our key author guides and some useful articles in one place.
We’ve made the articles FREE for the whole of November, and the rest of our collateral is available for November and beyond – just bookmark this page for easy access.
NEW Blog post from Kim Chadwick, our Commissioning Editor in Education, from a panel at the European Educational Research Association conference. The theme is around “How to get published” – and how to kick-start your academic writing career.
Writing tips for early career researchers
As part of Academic Writing Month (#ACWRIMO, #ACWRI), we talk to Jen McCall, books publisher here at Emerald, to get some of her top tips on how to go about writing an academic book, as well some advice on how to manage the publishing process effectively.
Emerald writing guides
We have a whole series of useful guides to help you write effectively across a whole series of academic formats. Just to highlight a few:
There are many more helpful guides. View them all here.
Getting published and promoting your work
In addition, we have a raft of support for how to get published and how to disseminate your work. These guides will be of use when you take the next step with publishing and promoting your writing.
We recommend that all of our authors register with Kudos to disseminate and promote their work – find out why, and how in our Kudos guide.
We are delighted to make these 6 articles FREE for the whole of November.