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A look at the conventional journal publishing workflow

Jayashree Rajagopalan | Jul 12, 2017 | 2,758 views

As a young researcher, stepping into the world of academic publishing can be overwhelming. There are so many things you need to do and remember! Moreover, journal publishing process might seem confusing. Here's an infographic depicting the journey of a manuscript from submission to publication in the conventional journal publishing workflow. A look at this will not only help you understand how publishing typically works but will also enable you to learn how newer models of publishing are stepping in at various stages of the process to revolutionize the system. It's always good to get your basics right and that is just what this infographic depicts. Feel free to download a PDF version for your reference.

How journal publishing works

 

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