Academic Publishing Success - Coggle Diagram
Academic Publishing Success
design a plan for writing
following disciplinary tracks and stage pathways
persistent to pursue them step by step
writing a bit a bit everyday --> more productive and happier
move on once completed
writing 1 to 3 hrs a day
breaking down a large task into small systematically?
talk and share with your community
anything related to your article, even query letter
think ahead and keep track to the progress for success
select and re-read a paper to review and identify revision tasks
prepare your writing site, assistant software like citation, file backup, coauthorship
select a journal to focus and why the publisher select
theory plus original idea
evidence and approach
why rejected: argument?
how do you test how unique your argument is?
how to make your argument stronger?
how to develop an argument-driven article?
develop your article around the argument
test out your argument
review & then revise your article for argument
create an environment to write for publication
depending on your temperament
make writing socially
persist despite rejection
pursue own passions in reading and writing
different styles for output or contribution
on your own
a writing partner or coauthors
in teaching a class or workshop
set up a writing plan
review and revise your article in order to advance your argument
abstracting your article
crafting your abstract in your own way but note the clarity and effectiveness
reading and comparing with the abstract of other strong articles
revise and get feedback
selecting a suitable journal
a right choice?
preferred publishing outlets
reading relevant journal articles
refining your literature review
establishing the citation values
avoid improper borrowing
good citation habit?
the entry point to the literature body?
methodological or theoretical literature review
evaluate the current citation list and add more?
crafting your claims for significance
arguments vs claims for significance
types of claims?
making claims vs reflection: so what?
note the feedback?
revising your article
analyzing the evidence
need any additional evidence?
Presenting the evidence
reference to standards, e.g. API
Strengthening the structure
structural building blocks
rhetorical orders of structure
structure signals / sign posts
reference to common genres' structures / journal structures
Opening & concluding
fashioning the title
molding the introduction
constructing the conclusion
Micro revising - sentences editing
cut unnecessary words
sending the article
follow the journal submission guidelines
the style manual of the journal
implement the journal documentation, punctuation and spelling style
knowing submission info
writing a submission cover letter
send and celebrate
Navigating the review process
tracking the journal's time to decision
receiving the journal's decision
be prepared to emotionally managing and interpreting the journal's decision
responding to the journal's decision
revise and resubmit
drafting your revision cover letter & resubmit your article
Writing your article from scratch
if no basic idea
setting up and getting an idea
collecting evidence for your idea
drafting your article
revising the article in the standard process
develop a habit of productivity
overcome the anxiety of academic publishing
lead to confidence in sending out your articles into the world
skills and self-assurance
accept no perfectionism
the key is to persevering and form a habi
pragmatically aid you to revise
a classroom essay
send it to the editor of a suitable academic journal
effective (deep) revisions
succeed in peer review processes
understanding the academic publishing game
help those who are on margin, racially, economically, internationally, theoretically
to publish from peripheral to scholarly journals
frame the idea to be acceptable to mainstream journal
skills & deep revisions