The Research Process Blog - Publishing Research

Publishing Your Research

This section focuses on strategies and resources to help University-affiliated researchers be selected for publication in reputable journals. 

Writing Well for Scholarly Publications and Dissertations

Tips and advice on scholarly writing from Program Dean Diane Gavin, Ph.D.

Additional Writing Resources

Doctoral students have access to on-demand writing tutorials, courtesy of the University of Phoenix Center for Writing Excellence.

Identifying the Right Places to Publish Your Scholarly Work

The number of articles published in likely predatory outlets increased eight-fold between 2010 and 2014. Review our tips for avoiding predatory journals.

Four Steps to Help Avoid Publishing Pitfalls

The purpose of this blog is to share some of my publishing experiences as a means of providing practical yet motivati

Writing a Literature Review for Publication

Review our guidance for writing a literature review for publication, from Assistant Program Dean for Research, Dr. Paula Wolfe.

Securing an Academic Book Publisher

Associate University Research Chair Erik Bean discusses finding the right academic book publisher for your scholarly manuscript.

Excellence in Publishing Award

Eligible University faculty can earn up to $500 after publishing their scholarly research. Learn more >>

Avoid Predatory Publishers

It can be extremely difficult to identify the best journals in which to publish. Review our resources on predatory publishing.