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By getting your journal indexed in a well-known database, you can increase its visibility, accessibility, and readership. This post provides an overview of indexing and…
Journal editors face various challenges while appointing reviewers. This post discusses these challenges and how editors deal with them. 
This article shares some great tips for regional or local journals that are looking to expand their scope and become international so that they can reach out to a global…
Peer reviewers are supposed to be the gatekeepers of science, but unfortunately, sometimes peer reviewers are also guilty of misconduct. This case study tracks an…
Do you want to become a peer reviewer for a journal? Do you know the kinds of questions peer reviewers ask and the best practices peer reviewers follow when reviewing a…
This post, co-authored by Sylwia B. Ufnalska and Arjan K.S. Polderman, drafts a list of golden rules for editors.
Peer review is considered by most scholars to be a reliable method of evaluating research qualitatively. But what are the perspectives of authors, peer reivewers, and…
What happens when a journal credits someone else for an article instead of the actual author? Such production errors can occur at the time of publication. But what is…
Most authors find it difficult to handle peer reviewer comments. On the other hand, they find it equally difficult to step into the shoes of reviewers themselves. This…
When a journal does not provide clear information about the APC on its website, but informs the author of the amount only after acceptance, the author finds the charges…