What are you questioning today? What are you trying to learn? How are you continuing to improve your understanding of your discipline, your writing process, or current publishing opportunities? Helen Keller once said, “A well-educated mind will always have more questions than answers.” So, what questions are unanswered for you?
In this week’s collection of articles from around the web, we have found things to consider when starting a PhD, techniques for writing field notes, and the effect of games and simulations on higher education. We’ve also discovered methods for recognizing the value of individuals in peer review, pre-requisite knowledge before approaching a printer, a summary of traditional publishing practices, and new opportunities for publishing through F1000’s open research platform.
Continue to educate your mind so that through your work you can educate others. Take the answers you have and use them to look for new questions worth answering. And, above all, happy writing!