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Research Publication Cycle

This tutorial will help you interpret the research publication cycle in order to recognize and select scholarly information.

Drexel University Libraries

on 20 January 2015

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Government documents
and Books
Invisible College
Research Publication cycle
book (monograph) devoted to a single complex topic
Memoir or autobiography of senior scholar reflecting on career - published in article, chapter, or book, format
Overview/synthesis in an encyclopedia article or college textbook
Chapter in a collection of essays addressing related themes
George, M. W. (2008). The Elements of Library Research: What Every Student Needs to Know. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.
Note: List found on page 9.
Report in a peer-reviewed scholarly journal
Comment on another researcher's work in a letter to the editor or book review published in a periodical
Announcement in the form of a press release, interview, or newspaper story
Master's thesis or doctoral dissertation, may be revised for later publication
Presentation at a conference, later may be published in a proceedings volume or scholarly journal
Classroom teaching, lecture notes, conversations with colleagues and students
Nonprint media such as email, listserv postings, blogs, personal webpages, documentaries, broadcast interviews
Scholarly Communication
Trade publications
Popular News Media
Scholarly Journals
Research Discovery
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There are different types!
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