Writing an Abstract
An abstract is a short statement that describes a larger work. In this case it will be an overview of your Innovation Project. Frequently the abstract is the way a reader decides whether to engage with the larger work, whether it is an article, a presentation, or a grant application.
What should an abstract include?
Although every abstract will be different, based on the content of the larger work, there are some common elements to consider:
What should an abstract not include?
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Identifying Journals for Your Manuscript
Starting from scratch...
Once you have one or more journals in mind...
Now that you think you've found a good candidate...send a letter of inquiry to the editor to ask if they'd be interested in your manuscript.
For more detailed information about finding and selecting the right journal for your work, take a look at SON Professor, Diane Mahoney's PowerPoint slides from her Spring 2015 Faculty Development Days talk.
Journal Matching Services
Copy and paste your title and abstract into these search engines to get a list of journals that publish on your topic.