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Writing an Impactful Journal Article: Resources and Tips

Purpose of this guide

This library guide provides tips and links to resources to help Lehigh persons who want to publish a journal article. It is a "meta  guide" that links to other library guides, Lehigh library resources, and other materials. Some of the points contained in the guide are more specific to certain subject areas rather than others.

The guide organizes resources roughly according to the unfolding stages of the research and publication cycle, from starting your research to enhancing the visibility of your journal article. 

Understanding the scholarly publishing stages of producing a journal article can optimize your chances of making an impact with your research and writing.

Contact your subject ibrarian with any questions.  

Contact Yvonne Lee, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Writing "for questions regarding Graduate Writing Support.  She manages consultations, workshops, retreats, and groups in order to help provide graduate students with the resources needed to complete a variety of different types of writing tasks." (From "Our Team").

For assistance with grant proposal writing, contact Kate Bullard, Ph.D., Research Program Development Officer, Office of the Vice President and Associate