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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Journal editors can be contacted. The trick is to contact them at the appropriate time about the right things. DO contact the journal editor if you’re not sure whether the journal might be interested in the article you want to … Continue reading
I’m just about to head into another conference. I have to prepare my own presentations over the next few days and it’s made me think about what I loathe about powerpoint and its cousin prezi. I don’t mind a set … Continue reading
So I’ve spent a long time doing this piece of research. Now what? Is it just a matter of writing something? Or is it more than this? And are all publications the same? What more could I do? This blog … Continue reading
I’m a journal editor, one of a collective that edits the Educational Action Research Journal. One of the conditions of getting published in our journal is that authors sign an agreement which, among other things, says that the work isn’t … Continue reading
A colleague of mine told me recently that he was writing a book. Just on spec, he said. And did I have any advice about what publishers might be interested. What could I say? I wanted to say give up … Continue reading