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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.
5 Differences between a research paper and a review paper
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Scholarly literature can be of different types; some of which require that researchers conduct an original study, whereas others can be based on existing research. One of the most popular Q&As led us to conclude that of all the types of scholarly literature, researchers are most confused by the differences between a research paper and a review paper. This infographic explains the five main differences between these two types of scholarly papers. 
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In my teaching, I have been applying an approach to teaching foreign languages that was inspired by a relatively young and still largely unknown theory of language and language acquisition which in some aspects runs counter to the official foreign language pedagogy. Unfortunately I am not able to conduct an experimental study that would confirm the success of the approach (student enrollments in the program I teach are too low). Nonetheless, I would like to share my experience with the...
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I wonder if the Journal "Ore Geology Review'' is in Thomson Reuters database.
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The title of my article is "A Hydroponic Study on Phytoremediation of Arsenic Using Water Lettuce and Water Hyacinth." I want to know the names of some journals in which I can publish my article for free. I won't mind if the journals are of medium quality level as I am also not sure about my article's quality.
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Dear Madam/Sir, I am a graduate student at Atlantic International University (AIU). I would like to get an excerpt from my thesis published. Could you possibly help me with any advice? Thank you.
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I have received interviewees' consent for a manuscript which I have published. However, currently, I am in the process of publishing a book citing the same interviews and the published manuscript. Do I need to take consent for the book once again from the interviewees?     
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I am basically interested in gender-related issues. Can you tell me if I can send a gender-related  paper. Also, how and where can I get your formatting requirements because I am interesting in submitting my paper to your journal. Is your journal accepted by HEC Pakistan?
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This is a requirement for my Master of Arts in Education program with a major in Mathematics. I need it to become more competent about my degree.
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Many researchers hesitate to publish open access (OA) for a variety of reasons. To those researchers who are not familiar with the concept of open access and the functioning of open access journals, submitting to an OA journal might seem like a risky step. This reluctance to submit to OA journals and to make research freely accessible could be triggered by several existing misconceptions about OA such as "All open access journals are predatory." In order to choose a legitimate OA journal,...

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