Emerald Literati Network Award winners free online until 31 August
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, a leading independent publisher of global research with impact in business, society, public policy and education, is delighted to offer free access to Emerald Literati Network Awards winning articles until 31 August 2010. In total, over 700 papers representing the cream of the crop in global research are accessible online.
The editorial team of each journal, composed of eminent academics and professional experts in their fields, selects a winning “Outstanding Paper” and up to three “Highly Commended” awards from the previous year’s volume of papers. As such, the collection of Literati Award winners truly reflects research excellence in that volume. Emerald publishes such leading international titles as Management Decision, European Journal of Marketing, Journal of Documentation, Internet Research and Strategy & Leadership. The winning articles cover all subject areas and recognize authors worldwide. ‘On the remediation of Wikipedia to the iPod’ and ‘Blogging toward information literacy: engaging students and facilitating peer learning’ published in Reference Services Review are examples of winning papers.
To view the full list of papers, available for free until the 31 August 2010, visit: http://info.emeraldinsight.com/authors/literati/awards.htm?year=2010 The Literati Network is Emerald’s community of authors, editors, and reviewers, committed to high quality scholarship. It facilitates the development of journals and books by ensuring internationality, diversity, support of scholarly research, and by encouraging applied research. For more information about the Emerald Literati Network and all support resources for authors, visit http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/index.htm or contact Emma Stevenson, External Relations Assistant, at email@example.com
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