Author perspectives on the academic publishing process

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Publication Planning
Help journal editors help you: Five top tips for authors
As an author, you want to get published in the right journal by the right editor. Terry Monahan, Managing Editor of the journal Eye and Contact Lens shares her top five tips so you can avoid being...
Manuscript Structure
Writing a statement of the problem for a research proposal
The first and most important step in any research is to identify and delineate the research problem. However, many researchers find this task difficult. This article is a step-by-step guide to...
Researcher Voice
Challenges faced by early-career researchers in Jordan
Early career researchers face countless challenges as they push their way through the academic publishing world. Most of these issues are experienced by many but are never openly addressed. In this...
Global Trends
Korea
Asia is one of the powerhouses of global research and development performance, and the Republic of Korea has emerged as one of the leading Asian nations in terms of innovation and economic growth....
Career Advancement
Promoting your article in the social media age
Each year, about 2.5 million articles are published in scholarly journals worldwide. Countless news articles, e-newsletters, blog posts, and multimedia content such as videos and podcasts are...
Industry news
Editage Insights survey - authors opinions on journal publishing
As authors, you are at the center of the academic publishing system. What according to you needs change about academic publishing? Take this survey to let us know: Author perspectives on the academic...
Difference between a thesis and a journal article
This infographic lists nine ways in which a thesis is different from a journal...
I have submitted a manuscript to one of the PubMed listed journals and it was...

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Dr. Kim Holmberg is a postdoctoral researcher at the Research Unit for the Sociology of Education (RUSE) at the University of Turku, Honorary Research Fellow at the Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group at University of Wolverhampton, and an Associate Professor at the Department of Information Studies at Åbo Akademi University. His research involves altmetrics, webometrics, scientometrics, Web 2.0, Library 2.0, and virtual worlds in education. He also uses quantitative methods to study various phenomena on the web in general and on social media in particular. Dr. Holmberg has authored several journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, and books on topics close to his heart – altmetrics and information exchange in the social media age.

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