Innovative Higher Education

, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp 36–41 | Cite as

Preparing future educational leaders to write for Scholarly Publication

  • D. Barry Lumsden
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Abstract

One objective of graduate-level education is the socialization of students into the professional roles they will eventually assume. The ability to engage successfully in scholarly writing and publishing are important competencies for graduate students, particularly at the doctoral level, to acquire. An experimental course, Basics of Scholarly Publishing, is described along with the results of a survey of 52 students who have completed the course. The proportion of those successfully “breaking into scholarly print” was 86.5% and increasing. Additional benefits of the course are discussed and an appeal is made for universities elsewhere to begin offering similar learning experiences for their students at the graduate level.

Keywords

Social Psychology Graduate Student Additional Benefit Cross Cultural Psychology Professional Role 

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© Human Sciences Press 1984

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