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Title: Benefits and challenges of publishing undergraduate students’ writing
Authors: Burns, C 
Issue Date: 2018
Source: Lilly Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching & Learning, Texas, USA, 4-6 January, 2018 How to cite?
Abstract: A journal of undergraduate writing can offer students the benefits of increased motivation and a deeper engagement in process writing, while requiring university commitment and resources for its success. This session will share a university's experience of publishing an online journal of undergraduate writing of various genres. Views of many stakeholders will be discussed, including those of student writers and teachers who volunteer as editors and editors-in-chief. In addition to suggestions for best practices for publishing such a journal, an overview of resources for publishing in this context will be presented.
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