Faculty Research & Scholarship

Predatory Academic Journals

What are “predatory” academic journals? A predatory journal is one that will accept virtually any article as long as they are paid to publish that article. That doesn't mean that any journal that asks for money to publish an article is a predatory journal. Check out...

An Introduction To Reference Management with Paperpile

by Mark Garrison, Ph.D. ITI Faculty Fellow of Faculty Research & Scholarship October 4, 2018 WHY REFERENCE MANAGEMENT? The digital transformation of knowledge production and communication has created a paradox: ease and breath of access to research yields to...

How to Publish More

Top 5 Writing Habits Set regular writing time: Nearly all of the books and resources about academic publishing guarantee you will publish more if you commit to a set writing time like it's an important meeting with the Dean. Set writing goals and action steps: Even...

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