Open access journal showcasing undergraduate research publishes second issue

Posted on March 21, 2016 | in Library, Library, Library & University Collections, Uncategorized | by

L_SjournalThumbnailA journal dedicated to featuring top undergraduate research has published its second issue today.
‘Lifespans & Styles: Undergraduate Working Papers on Intraspeaker Variation’ is an online, open access journal for students who have conducted a study in a specific area of linguistics known as ‘intraspeaker variation’, which models patterns in how a single person uses language from one moment to the next.

The current issue features seven papers on a range of topics, several of which present novel findings that speak to some of the most cutting-edge issues in the field.

For more on the specific content of the issue, check out the Editorial and papers here:

http://journals.ed.ac.uk/lifespansstyles/issue/current

Lifespans & Styles is supported by the Library’s Open Journals service. The service is offered free to academic staff and students who are interested in publishing new Open Access journals or migrating existing journals to the Library’s OJS (Open Journal Systems) platform.  You can find out more about the service on the Information Services website or email Library.Learning@ed.ac.uk

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