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Journal Selection

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For the ongoing International Open Access Week 2020, we have curated the top questions by researchers around open access this year - and our responses to them
"Open" for questions: A curated list of OA queries we've answered
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Indonesia is a world leader in the number of free-to-read published research journals. Know what this means for the research ecosystem in Indonesia.
In the race to publishing success, journal selection is one of the most confusing, yet crucial, hurdles researchers have to jump. Take a look at the key points to…
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You’ve already heard from your peers that publishing in top journals is hard, given that their acceptance rate is currently under 10%. What can you do to increase your…
With a definitive shift towards open access in the academic publishing landscape, journals and publishers are providing more avenues for open access publishing. Mirror…
Have you heard of Plan S? It has been one of the hottest topics of discussion among academics over the past few months. Most of you might be aware of what it is. If you…
A presubmission inquiry helps you find out if a journal would be interested in your research without you having to go through the processes of manuscript submission and…
French theoretical physicist and founder of the Dolos list, Professor Alexander Georges, shares his views on the emergence of predatory publishing and discusses how this…
Iryna Kuchma is the Open Access Programme Manager for EIFL, a not-for-profit organization that helps libraries enable access to knowledge in developing and transition…