How to write an original research paper (and get it published)

How to write an original research paper (and get it published)

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The purpose of the Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) is more than just archiving data from librarian research. Our purpose is to present research findings to end users in the most useful way. The “Skill Transfer” model, in its simplest form, has three components: creating the skill (doing the research), translating and transferring it to the user, and incorporating the skill into use. Continue reading How to write an original research paper (and get it published)

6 Reasons to Write in Your Own Words

6 Reasons to Write in Your Own Words

“Be sure to write it in your own words,” is a mantra that is repeated by educators at all academic levels. For students, the idea of writing in one’s own words is repeated from the very first paragraphs written in grade school all the way to a doctoral thesis.

In the age of the Internet, almost any chunk of skill or idea can be found, copied and introduced in a matter of minutes. Continue reading 6 Reasons to Write in Your Own Words