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Academic articles appear in academic and trade journals. They present original research or inform readers about technical topics.

How do you write an academic article?

An academic article should be well researched and formal in tone. Academic articles are longer than popular articles and much more thorough.

Often, they will include the following:

  • Title: Academic article titles should clearly state the subject explored. Titles can start to sound unwieldy, but it is better to be more detailed than vague.
  • In-Depth Academic Discussion: Academic articles should be thorough and specific.
  • Field-Specific Terms: Academic articles use more field-specific vocabulary. Writers can safely assume their readers will understand terms without further explanation.
  • Full Citations: Academic articles need to provide full citations for every source.

Academic articles are often peer reviewed before publication. Writers and editors design academic articles for readers already familiar with the field.

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Academic Article Proofreading

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  • A thorough check of spelling, grammar, punctuation, and syntax
  • A check of all citations
  • A review of the standards of a specific journal or publication
  • An overview of added charts, graphs, and other design elements

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1. University of Manitoba Academic Learning Centre, “Writing an Academic Paper”

2. Get a Life, PhD, “How to Publish an Article in an Academic Journal: Avoid Rookie Mistakes”