Publishing your research

  • Writing support

    The Centre for Learning and Teaching at the University of Brighton runs a 20 credit Master's module in  Writing for Academic Publication. Also, the Centre for Academic Writing (CAW) at Coventry University runs Masters level courses on academic writing theory and practice in HE.

    OCSLD has been running its own writing group since 2008, which meets monthly. You are welcome to join. We can also help to set up writing groups within Faculties and Departments, by facilitating the first few meetings. Please contact Mary, if you'd like more information or you'd like to join.

    Local publication opportunities

    Much of our research is disseminated through:

    Other institutional journals

    If you are new to publishing pedagogic research, then good starting points are institutional journals, such as:

    National and international peer reviewed journals

    Business School pedagogy journal list 2010-11

    If you are interested in impact factors, you might want to download this  ranked list of education journals compiled by Barbara Grant & Helen Sword at the Centre for Academic Development, The University of Auckland, September 2010.

    For those working in the field of learning technologies, try:

    Publicising your research

    Once your paper is published, please add it to the Brookes open  Research Archive and Digital Asset Repository (RADAR) which houses a pedagogic research collection of more than 100 outputs arising from pedagogic research at Brookes.