The most useful textbook & academic posts of the week: June 29, 2018
This week's collection of articles from around the web contains a variety of topics of interest or concern to authors. If you're considering tools to support your scholarly writing efforts, there are articles related to Revision Assistant, Google Drive, and the latest in search.
We have articles on using tweets as data, sharing story ownership, and interpretation of results. Thinking about your publishing options?
There's continued discussion on open access models. Just trying to move forward in your scholarly writing?
We also found time-saving tips for writing papers and methods for being a "star PhD student".
Erica Jong once said, "I went for years not finishing anything. Because, of course, when you finish something you can be judged." This week we encourage you to finish something. Be brave. Be brilliant. And write without fear of judgement.
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