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Research Active Staff (RAS): Academic Writing - Star Maker: The Difference Between 2* and 3* Journal Articles - Resource Bank Page

Useful Resource(s)

Elsevier author resources: Journal Finder and Suggestion Tools. Last accessed 3 June 2019.

Fast Track to Impact – Support in Writing and Raising your Impact. Last accessed 3 June 2019.

Fildes, K., Gurney, A., Turpin, B., and Verbaan, E. (2016) Developing a Personal Publication Strategy. Sheffield Hallam University: Sheffield. Uploaded November 2018.

Pomodoro Technique, (nd) Writing Performance. Last accessed 3 June 2019.

"Think, Check, Submit". Helps researcher identify trusted journals for their research. Last accessed 3 June 2019.

Resource Description:

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Workshop Overview:

'Star Maker' outlines the difference between 2* and 3* journals and encourages participants to identify this in examples of work within their disciplines. During the session, we will discuss these critical points and how to embed them in writing practice.

Presentation:

  Star Maker: Exploring 2* and 3* Journals. 14 June 2019. Presentation by Davina Whitnall (CTP, CIPD, FHEA), Davina Whitnall Consultancy
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Date of previous workshop:

Friday 14 June 2019 by Davina Whitnall

Feedback from previous Academic Writing: Star Marker - The Difference Between 2* and 3* Journal workshop:

  Feedback from the June 2019 cohort including responses from Organisational Development 

Workshops in the Academic Writing Series 2018/19 that have already run:

Academic Writing Retreat 'Bootcamp'
Thursday 4 and Friday 5 July 2019
Thursday 14 and Friday 15 March 2019
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Being a Prolific Writer
Monday 17 June 2019
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Writing for Impact
Thursday 13 June 2019
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Raising your Article Quality
Wednesday 15 May 2019
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