"After extracting field of study vocabulary and scoring your text against a range of possible fields of study, the [Field Related? text analysis] system will provide links to glossaries and vocabulary learning activities to help you further your English Second Language learning."
"This guide provides an overview of the process of preparing and submitting a scholarly manuscript for publication in a psychology journal. Drawing on the experiences of authors of scholarly writings, peer reviewers, and journal editors, we seek to demystify the publication process and to offer advice designed to improve a manuscript’s prospects of publication. To exemplify the process, we describe specific publication procedures for journals of the American Psychological Association." (APA, 2010, p. 1)
This academic publisher's webpage covers "a number of resources available to support you through the writing and submission process" (How to get published: Writing your article for publication, ¶1, 2015.03.10). Resources include a brochure, a presentation, a two-part video, and a link to the publisher's entire catalog of journals for previews of submission guidelines.
"If you want to get published, you have to write in a way that makes people want to read. And if you want anyone—students, peers, legislators, donors—to listen to you, you have to speak to them, not read to them." (Toor, 02 March 2015, ¶23)
"If adopting 'best practice' is fraught with difficulties, and 'good practice' often noted but ignored, perhaps it is useful instead to look at 'worst practice'. The good news is that, in the area of ICT use in education, there appears to be a good deal of agreement about what this is!" (Trucano, 2010, ¶2, retrieved 2015.03.09)