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Grant Writing, Academic Publishing, and Presenting - Bloomington

Find Publishing Opportunities

Check Magazines in Libraries in the reference collection (Z6941 .K2 2008) for lists of periodicals by subject. 

Many opportunities for publishing are offered in journals published by professional organizations.  Faculty and staff can seek out these opportunities by looking on the websites of organizations related to their field of study or profession. For specific publication guidelines look for links titled Submissions or Authors. Find organizations using: 

  • Associations USA: a directory of contact information for national associations, foundations, and other nonprofit organizations in the United States and Canada. 
         Available in the Reference Collection -- Call number:  HS61.A2 A87 2006

     
  • Encyclopedia of Associations: a three volume guide to more than 22,000 organizations.  Includes a keyword index which allows you to find organizations by field or profession.  
         Available in the Reference Collection -- Call number: HS17 .G15 2006

     
  • Associations on the Net -- from the Internet Public Library.

Textbook publishers also offer opportunities for publishing: 

  • Textbook Publishers -- from Acquisitions Web, a list of textbook publishers with links to their websites.

Opportunities specific to service learning: 

Opportunities at Ivy Tech: 

  • The Atrium ... A Journal of Academic Voices -- "The Atrium is a peer reviewed, cross disciplinary journal that is published each Spring and fall by the English Department at the Gary campus of Ivy Tech Community College, one of the largest community college systems in the United States. The Atrium invites and encourages innovative, creative, and critical articles that spur academic discourse across the disciplines."

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