Scholarly Writing Guide: Overview

This guide contains resources and information for faculty and students engaged in scholarly writing.

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Scholarly Communication Librarian

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Scholarly Writing Resources

This guide provides resources for faculty or students looking for help with scholarly writing or scholarly publishing projects. 

This guide includes information on:

  • Overviews of the research & writing process
  • Resources on the theory & practice of scholarly writing
  • Scholarly writing style & advice
  • Resources for scholarly publishing
  • Online communities and events 
  • UNT resources for scholarly writers & researchers

Scholarly writing projects may include:

  • Academic journal articles or essays
  • Scholarly monographs or book chapters
  • Scholarly critical editions, textbooks, or anthologies
  • Conference papers, lectures, or presentations
  • Scholarly blogs or websites
  • Digital scholarship/Digital Humanities projects

Writing Thoughts

Ph.D. Comics cartoon that features a man typing away on a computer then screaming "Yes!". A woman reading nearby says, "Finished another paragraphy did we?". He replies, "I am a writing God!"Anot

Originally published 1/29/2003. Ph.D. Comics. © Jorge Cham

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