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Renew, Refresh, Reboot, Restart Your Academic Writing

Do any of these complaints sound familiar? (Use the comment area to add your own!) I can’t remember where I wanted to go with this article! My literature is out of date! I don’t have library access so I can’t get new articles! I’ve changed my career goals, and now I don’t want to work […]

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Tweetchat Storify: Finalizing #AcWriMo Work & Developing Proposals

We closed the Methodspace Academic Writing Month with a Tweetchat. Read the Storify and access useful resources! I was joined by Eric Schmieder from the Textbook & Academic Authors Association and author/podcaster Katie Linder. You can still access all the AcWriMo posts, including links to open access chapters and articles. Stay tuned on Methodspace for more posts […]

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Publishing and Presenting Academic Writing

November is Academic Writing Month #AcWriMo at Methodspace! The theme of week five is: Publishing and Presenting. In addition to daily posts about ways to publish and present academic writing, we will discuss options and answer questions in a Tweetchat. Join us December 1 at 11 am ET (Global time zones) Log into Twitter and look for […]

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Sharing Work, Inviting Input

November is Academic Writing Month #AcWriMo at Methodspace! This post was part of the 2017 #AcWriMo series. The theme of week four was: Share Your Work. The academic writing and publishing process used to look like this: . First, we completed the research and finalized the manuscript. Next, our work went through peer review (or if we […]

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Let’s Tweetchat about Being Productive Writers!

Please join Eric Schmieder from the Textbook & Academic Authors Association and me for a lively chat about ways to improve productivity as academic writers. See this related post, and the #AcWriMo series on Methodspace. No registration is needed, and all are welcome! #acwrichat November 17 at 11 am ET (Global time zones: http://bit.ly/2yHTZlP) In […]

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Focusing: The Muse and the Mundane

November is Academic Writing Month #AcWriMo at Methodspace! This post was part of the 2017 #AcWriMo series. The theme for this week was: Be Productive.  Integration of research and writing is differentiates academic and other types of writing. We analyze, critique, and build on others’ published research; we report on our own findings. Some might think […]

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Becoming a Productive Academic Writer

November is Academic Writing Month #AcWriMo at Methodspace! This post was part of the 2017 #AcWriMo series. The theme of week two was: Be Productive.  “I don’t have enough time to write!” That is the complaint I hear most frequently from frustrated would-be writers. Most frequently writing is not our only responsibility, so we have to carve […]

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#AcWriMo Tweetchats

Academic Writing Month #AcWriMo- Let’s chat! SAGE Methodspace and the Textbook & Academic Authors Association are co-hosting a series of Tweetchats for exchange of ideas and resources about academic writing and publishing. All are welcome– whether you are actively participating or just looking for encouragement for your own writing projects. TAA is the only association […]

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The Blank Page: Starting Academic Writing Month

The blank page can be inviting or intimidating. What will we write about, for whom, to achieve what purpose? Where do we start? For most academic writers, the work begins long before we start tapping on the keyboard or taking up the pen. We must first read literature, dissect theories, conduct research, and try to […]

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