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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 want to learn the right steps to write about my academic research in a research proposal.
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I'm writing a research paper on continuing professional development and teacher effectiveness. I want to read more about this topic. 
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I am writing on the topic "Teachers' attitude towards the availability and utilization of electronic media in teaching biology in secondary schools." Thanks
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I have written a paper which includes some electronic design calculations. Will it be considered as a research article or case study?
  • Anonymous
  • Feb 4, 2018
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I am a Ph.D. student in the department of political science and now I am conducting a research in my field of study but I don't have prior experience of publishing articles in international journals. Therefore, can you recommend a journal where I can submit my paper?
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Is getting published in a journal one of your goals for this year? Publishing in journals is vital for researchers, but the path to publication can be arduous if you do not plan well. To help you attain your goals in 2018, this article will provide a step-by-step process to help you create your own publication schedule, and make you aware of the possible outcomes after you submit your manuscript to a journal. So get ready to attain your publication goals for 2018!
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I want to ask about the impact factor of this journal.
  • Anonymous
  • Jan 30, 2018
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A journal's impact factor changes every year. By that logic, the journal impact factor of my published paper also changes every year. When I report my research performance, which year's impact factor should I use? As I published my paper in 2013, should I use the 2013 IF? Or, should I use the 2018 IF?    
  • Anonymous
  • Jan 29, 2018
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I am a beginner and need to know how to conduct research. In particular, I would like to know about the following aspects of research: background of the study, statement of the problem, objective of the study, scope of the study, significance of the study, limitation of the study, research methodology, research design, source and type of data, sampling technique, sample determination, data collection method and data analysis.
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Can you tell me the impact factor for this journal: ISSN: 2157-7633?

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