Students receive many benefits from publishing. Also see content in the student work section.
What do Students Learn from Participation in an Undergraduate Research Journal? Results of an Assessment, Sharon A. Weiner, Charles Watkinson
Undergraduate research journals provide students with an opportunity to disseminate their work while learning about the scholarly publishing process.
Scholarly Communications for Credit: Integrating Publishing Education into Undergraduate Curriculum, Isaac Gilman
At Pacific University, library faculty developed a course on scholarly journal publishing for undergraduates and collaborated with academic faculty to create a new academic minor in editing and publishing.
Publishing Student Journals: Integrating into the Undergraduate Curriculum, Teresa A. Fishel
An undergraduate course in American Studies at Macalester College has been developed and taught in collaboration with a faculty member to produce and publish an open-access student peer-reviewed journal.
Library Services for Creating and Publishing Student Research Journals, Adrian K. Ho
Book chapter related to planning and implementing student research journals.