How well you write your research papers can mean the difference between a good grade and a great grade. Professors evaluate your work not only based on the content and your ideas, but also your spelling, grammar and adherence to APA style. So your GPA definitely stands to benefit from polishing up your writing skills. Who better to ask than the experts who work on the School of Information Student Research Journal (SRJ)?
SRJ is a double-blind peer reviewed publication focused on promoting academic research. Since 2010, SRJ has published student research in the field of Information Science. Meet the current editorial team here and read their tips for creating papers that make the grade (and perhaps get you published).