A Guide to Publishing for Academics: Inside the Publish or by Jay Liebowitz

By Jay Liebowitz

Most lecturers nonetheless strive against with the "publish or perish" phenomenon. in keeping with Dr. Liebowitz’s 25 years serving because the editor-in-chief of a number one foreign magazine, besides insights from essentially the most a professional magazine editors, this ebook stocks key classes realized to aid new professors, doctoral scholars, and practitioner–scholars bring up their probabilities of being released in selective, refereed foreign journals. It makes a speciality of the most important practices had to confirm magazine book, with fascinating circumstances and invaluable guidance sprinkled during the book.

A advisor to Publishing for Academics offers valuable wisdom from major magazine editors of either conventional and on-line journals, in addition to a number of stages of journals. even if the focal point is principally within the company and IT components, a lot of the tips supplied can pass into different fields. The publication includes attention-grabbing vignettes and do’s and don’ts in order that power authors can comprehend what is going on behind the curtain as soon as the manuscript arrives at the magazine editor’s desk.

The booklet presents positive information on determining what and the place to put up, what to contemplate while writing a name for a paper, easy methods to organize and publish magazine manuscripts, and the way to place a paper for book. It additionally has important details for present and destiny magazine editors, together with versions of enhancing and editorial forums, editorial training recommendation, and enhancing shrewdpermanent practices. With the data during this booklet, the following iteration of teachers and practitioner–scholars could be good outfitted to beat the put up or perish phenomenon.

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