Templates for scholarly article reviews can be found through many universities and libraries. The templates provide guidance on formatting and information to be included in reviews submitted under various governing associations for different academic disciplines. For example, a template for an article review using American Psychological Association style uses specific elements and ways of attributing references.Continue Reading
Writing scholarly articles or article reviews for journals is known as academic publishing and is a method of making research findings available to a wide audience. Most research work in educational settings is published in the form of theses, books or journal articles. Most articles that are accepted by academic journals are reviewed by other scholars prior to publication, a process known as peer review. Standards for publication vary among academic fields and among publications.
One of the first scholarly journals is the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, which began in the 1600s.
The field of academic publishing is changing as of 2014 as it moves from print to digital formats. Because most Internet users have the expectation of finding information for free, publishing costs in many cases are shifting from readers to authors, who sometimes pay hundreds or thousands of dollars in fees for publishing their work.Learn more about Business Communications