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In Part 1 of the authorship series, we discussed criteria that will help you determine whether a particular contributor qualifies to be an author of your research paper…
Through the course of your research project, there will be several individuals who have made varied contributions. However, not all of these individuals can be…
Responding to peer reviewer comments can be a daunting task for most researchers. However, comments by peer reviewers and are meant to help you improve the qaulity of…
Attempting to use the ideas, words, or work of another person, without giving them due credit, is known as plagiarism and is considered extremely unethical in academic…
2017 was an eventful year for everyone in academic publishing. The year witnessed many trend-setting changes and new practices, keeping many of us on our toes…
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…
A cover letter introduces your submission to the target journal’s editors and gives them a brief overview of its contents and major details. As such, your cover letter…
Presenting at an academic conference is an essential and inevitable part of a researcher's life. In order to make a successful and effective conference presentation,…
The ethics governing research in Traditional Medicine (TM) has been subject to substantial debate. The controversies have generally revolved around the unreasonable…
Most academic journals, search engines, and indexing & abstracting services classify papers using keywords. Choosing the right keywords will help make you paper…