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The most useful textbook & academic posts of the week: February 23, 2018

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In this week's collection of noteworthy articles from around the web, we share discussion on stuck points and writer's block, identifying when enough is enough, and a focus on writing for the reader. Additionally, there are tools and resources on open textbook self-publishing, open access technology options, publishing options for early career researchers, and instruction and datasets on focus groups. Finally, we find discussions on the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), university presses, and the continued life of print publishing. Theresa Lewis said, "Writing is amazing! When I write I am empowered by my thoughts, entertained by my imagination, and enlightened by my wisdom." As you write this week, be empowered, entertained, and enlightened so that your words can empower, entertain, and enlighten those who read them.

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