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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…
This infographic lists nine ways in which a thesis is different from a journal article. The idea is to help you understand how the two are completely different types of…
In scientific writing, choosing the correct tenses is not as easy as it may seem to be in lay conversation. While writing a research paper, tense usage depends upon the…
Conducting research is a challenging and long-drawn process. You have to plan each step meticulously to ensure that you don't leave out any important details. This…
INFOGRAPHIC: 5 Things you must do before and after your research
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While writing their research papers, many researchers are sligthly unclear about what they should include in the Results and Discussions sections. To…
Peer review as we know it today has evolved through the years to accommodate different journals' management styles as well as the increasing volume of journal…
In order to make sure that your manuscript is not rejected outright, you need to create a great submission package that includes everything journal editors and reviewers…
A statement of the problem helps you delineate and present the research problem you intend to address through your research project. This infographic lists 8 key…
 Your study background must prompt the readers to read the rest of your paper. Not sure how you can make the background of your study more engaging? This infographic…
Given the increasing number of predatory journals and publishers, it is difficult for researchers to verify the authenticity of their target journal. The Think Check…