Writing for Publication
This course is designed to prepare students to write and publish scholarly articles. It is comprised of reflective elements including: personal writing process, writing habits and impediments to writing. A second component of the course focuses on practical elements including: determining scope and focus of a manuscript, audience, content and language of writing, selecting journals, journal expectations and preparing different types of manuscripts (research report, theoretical, policy-related and practice). Students learn to edit their own and others' manuscripts. Issues of authorship and publishing ethics are also addressed. An outcome of the course is expected to be a manuscript of publishable quality and a list of appropriate target journals.
Additional Course Information
- Evaluated on a P (pass)/F (fail) basis