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Find tips and resources that help authors plan their publication journey from research publication planning to creating a publication schedule. This begins with finding the right research question and progresses to understanding the different types of articles, selecting a journal, ensuring compliance to guidelines, and creating a publication schedule. The excellent textual and multimedia content in this section makes publication planning a breeze for authors.
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I am positive that a journal accepts Literature Review manuscripts. However, I am not so sure about conferences. Can anyone help me?
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I am looking for free journals or journals with low publication fee to publish a paper related to ‘Urban Planning’, to be more specific - informal settlement/slum upgrading. Kindly suggest some good journals with good impact factor.
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Some universities focus their KPIs on only publishing in Scopus and/or ISI indexed journals. New journals are obviously without Scopus or ISI indexing. How can we know or determine whether a particularly new journal is worth publishing in (because its en route to receiving such indexing)? And on a different note, how important are these indexing towards an academic's career? Thank you in advance for your advice!
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I am currently working on a research paper, however, the result is not substantial enough to be considered significant. Should I continue with the paper?
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I am writing a project on youth empowerment through the National Directorate of Employment in Rivers state. Which theory do I use that will help me in this work?
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What are some of the specific variables I can measure from the influence of mentorship and coaching on succession planning?
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I am doing masters in Chemical Engineering. It's my 2nd semester and I am about to start my research on Hydrogen Evolution Reaction but I have no any idea how and from where to start.
Tips for writing your first scientific paper [Download Publication Planner]
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You have been working hard on your research project for months and the data it has generated are promising. You feel now is the right time to start writing your first research paper, but you have been putting the task off. You don’t know where or how to begin writing your manuscript. Sounds familiar? If you are embarking on the task of writing your very first paper, here are a few tips to start you off.
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Hi! I want to know the names of some fast publishing journals on biochar pyrolysis studies related to its impacts on soil and removal of waste from environment.
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Do the doctors, nurses, scientists write case studies? What is the exact reason they write the case studies? Who reads them? Also, how are they written? In what kind of form are they written?

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