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Graduate Student's Guide to Publishing   Tags: copyright, open access, publishing, research, scholarly communication, writing  

Tips on how to get your work published in a variety of formats.
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Suggested Reading

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Finish Your Dissertation Once and for All! - Alison B. Miller
ISBN: 9781433804151
Publication Date: 2008-12-15

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Handbook for Academic Authors - Beth Luey
ISBN: 9780521194983
Publication Date: 2009-09-28

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Academic Writing for Graduate Students, Second Edition - John M. Swales; Christine A. Beer Feak; Christine B. Feak
ISBN: 0472088564
Publication Date: 2004-03-25

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How to Write a Lot - Paul J. Silvia
ISBN: 1591477433
Publication Date: 2007-01-15

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Stylish Academic Writing - Helen Sword
ISBN: 9780674064485
Publication Date: 2012-04-02

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Writing Your Journal Article in 12 Weeks - Wendy Laura Belcher
ISBN: 141295701X
Publication Date: 2009-01-21


This guide offers tips for graduate students looking to publish their research in a variety of formats. In addition to consulting this guide, we highly recommend contacting a librarian in your subject area for guidance and advice specific to your field of study. While some of the services linked to in this guide are limited to the University of Michigan community, we have also included general advice and information relevant to graduate students everywhere.

To better understand the process of scholarly publishing before you embark on your own writing, we recommend the following resources.

Services & Resources for Graduate Students at U-M

Take advantage of the wide variety of University of Michigan services for graduate students who need help with their writing, research, and teaching. 


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