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Responsibilities of journal editors towards authors

5152 reads A survey has shown that there is a gap in understanding between authors and journal editors. Authors don’t always have all the information they need about aspects such as editors’ requirements, submission guidelines, authorship criteria, journa ...

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Peer review and editorial decision making at journals

8597 reads Ever wondered what happens to your manuscript once it is submitted to a journal? Does the fate of your paper depend solely on peer review? What are the stages your paper goes through before it is finally accepted or rejected by a journal? To wh ...

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Have you chosen the right keywords for your research paper?

3258 reads Most academic journals, search engines, and indexing & abstracting services classify papers using keywords. Choosing the right keywords will help make you paper searchable, thus helping  other researchers find your paper when they are condu ...

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Rights to intellectual property in scholarly publishing

3639 reads How much do you know about the basic terminology of intellectual property with regard to scholarly publishing? This presentation touches upon the types of intellectual property and explains the kinds of licenses that are currently being used by ...

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How to write a literature review

3543 reads A literature review is a critical summary of all the published works on a particular topic. Most research papers include a section on literature review as part of the introduction. However, a literature review can also be published as a standal ...

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