Write and publish
For students and researchers
For both students and researchers, writing and publishing is a central part of the academic work.
An academic text is based on previous research and theories. Through citing and referencing you make it clear to the reader when you use someone else’s text or ideas. Plagiarism is prohibited at the University.
Here we have collected useful links and resources that might be of help in your writing and publishing process.
When you write an academic text, you must cite and refer to your sources correctly. There are several styles for doing this, and LUSEM recommends the Harvard style.
You can also choose between several software programs, to gather and organise your references.
Register your publication
When your academic text is finished, it's time to register it in LUCRIS or in LUP Student Papers.
Two helpful films on academic writing and on references from the Social Sciences Faculty Library: