In case you missed it, November is Academic Writing month! Even though this starts at the beginning of the month, there’s still time to get started and keep going. And if you don’t have others in your locale to support your writing, there are plenty of resources to be found. Here are a few…
Ahir Gopaldas, (2016) “A front-to-back guide to writing a qualitative research article“, Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, Vol. 19 Issue: 1, pp.115-121, https://doi.org/10.1108/QMR-08-2015-0074
Kathryn Roulston, Deborah Teitelbaum, Bo Chang, Ronald Butchart, (2016) “Strategies for developing a writing community for doctoral students“, International Journal for Researcher Development, Vol. 7 Issue: 2, pp.198-210, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJRD-02-2016-0003
Felix Maringe, Jennifer Jenkins, (2015) “Stigma, tensions, and apprehension: The academic writing experience of international students“, International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 29 Issue: 5, pp.609-626, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJEM-04-2014-0049
Muhammet Bastug, Ihsan Seyit Ertem, Hasan Kagan Keskin, (2017) “A phenomenological research study on writer’s block: causes, processes, and results“, Education + Training, Vol. 59 Issue: 6, pp.605-618, https://doi.org/10.1108/ET-11-2016-0169
There are numerous blogs that provide writing support, including:
I won’t add my favorite books on writing here, since the purpose of AcWriMo is to write, rather than read. Happy writing!