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

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This week our collection of articles from around the web begins with advice on staying informed about scholarly communications and the opportunities existing in the global e-book market. We then found support for your writing with The Monthly Weeklies online group for goal setting and project management, ten steps for doing a literature review, and advice on writing research questions. Closing out our list this week are two posts regarding research ethics, including a list of Open Access ethics resources for researchers. As you continue researching and writing, consider this advice from Anna Quindlen -- "I've discovered that sometimes writing badly can eventually lead to something better. Not writing at all leads to nothing." This week, write something. It might just lead to something better.

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