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The things you hate most about submitting manuscripts

I asked in Twittersphere what annoys them the most when it comes to submitting manuscripts to peer-reviewed academic journals. From the irritation of having to reformat references to fit some journal’s arbitrary style, to consigning figures and captions to the

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Posted in APA Format, APA Style, Chicago Manual Style, Communication, Education, Impact Factor, Interdisciplinary research, Journal article, Manuscript format, MLA Format, MLA Style, Open access, Peer-reviewed Journal

Ten things you need to know about the publishing process

1. Getting a paper published is a collaboration If there is one point that I’d most like you take away from this talk, it’s that the process of getting a paper published is a collaboration among authors, reviewers and editors.

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Posted in Impact Factor, Journal article, Journal Selection, Review article, Scientific editing, Scientific writing

Problems and concerns commonly cited by reviewers

There is a list of the most common reasons cited by reviewers for an application’s lack of success: Lack of significance to the scientific issue being addressed. Lack of original or new ideas. Proposal of an unrealistically large amount of

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Posted in Editing, Scientific editing
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