Journal and Research Writing for the “Compleat Idiot”. Paul R. Milton, Ph.D. Ashland University Anthony Brown, Ph.D. University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Objectives. General RSJ Information/Purpose RSJ Background/Editorial Board RSJ Publication Guidelines & Standards Research Fundamentals
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Paul R. Milton, Ph.D.
Anthony Brown, Ph.D.
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Dr. Paul R. Milton Ashland University (OH)
Dr. Anthony Brown University of Minnesota
Dr. Suzy Gray University of Texas San
Dr. Tim Miller Baldwin-Wallace College
Dr. Gerald Maas Wyoming Dep’t. of Ed.
Dr. James Turman University of Minnesota
Dr. Gordon Nesbitt Millersville University (PA)
Ms. Sally Derengoski University of Notre Dame
Mr. Colin Turey Holy Trinity Episcopal Acad.
Dr. Sarah Hardin Aurora University (IL)
Dr. Scott Forrester Brock University (Can.)
Dr. Sarah Young Indiana University
Dr. Susan Brown Foster Saint Leo University (FL)
Dr. Steve Kampf* Bowling Green State Univ.
*Appointment effective May 1, 2007
5) Future Research
-Quantitative, qualitative, case study,
pilot study, thought piece, expert opinion paper
-Design, experimental, historical, etc.
-refer to handout in packet with same title
A Few Thoughts
-what are you trying to do?
-what is reader looking for?
-what are some approaches to avoid?
-be readable (easy to read)
-cultivate a natural style, consistent
-did the reader understand what I wrote
-Did the reader enjoy what I wrote
-does it stand the test?
-put them in their proper place