NVivo & Citavi are hosting a number of webinars on writing and publishing your research. Publish and Persevere: Writing and Representing Qualitative Research: Maria K. E. Lahman November 10, 2021 – 12 PM EST | 5 PM GMT Completing a Service-Oriented Dissertation or Thesis: Key Considerations for Success: Tamara M. Walser & Michael S. Trevisant … Continue reading Free webinars on writing and publishing
November is Academic Writing Month, which now exists in several different forms, including: National Novel Writing Month, aka NaNoWriMo, involves pledging to write 50,000 words in 30 days. NaPoWriMo (“30 poems in 30 days”) AcWritMo (hashtag #acwrimo), an informal network of academic writers.
Another November is upon us, which means that it is Academic Writing Month, or AcWriMo!
November is Academic Writing Month: What are you going to work on?
Academic writers typically orient their writing to readers like themselves: other academics used to the jargon associated with any particular discipline. Yet some scholars manage to traverse the divide between the ivory tower and the general public and produce readable, enjoyable, and educational explanations of their topics of interest in the form of trade books. … Continue reading Translating academic writing into trade books
What keeps readers of academic writing engaged? We have all likely yawned our way through research reports, or worse — stopped reading altogether. Since time is limited and attention spans are getting shorter, academic writers must be able to attract and retain a hold on their readers’ attention if their work has to have any … Continue reading Writing up qualitative research in ways that readers want to read
Every now and again, you come across a book that you wish you had read years ago. Stylish academic writing by a literary scholar and poet, Helen Sword (2012), is one of these. I really wish I had read this when I first went to college. This book would have saved me much heartache, although … Continue reading On developing stylish academic writing
There are numerous guides on writing, as well as resources to assist with the task of writing up qualitative research studies. Both writers and qualitative researchers have lots to say about getting started with writing, keeping writing, and representing the findings of qualitative research. Some time ago, I listened to a webinar entitled “Lose the … Continue reading Tools for writing up qualitative research
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…
This week, I welcome guest blogger, Judith Brauer, a Ph.D. student in the Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methodologies program at the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. In this post, Judith discusses the process entailed in writing proposals to seek funding for research, and provides further resources.