Scholarly articles are reports written by professional people who specialize in specific fields, like Caribbean history, British literature, underwater archaeology, and educational psychology.
All articles accepted for publication in our journals are edited and typeset to our house style by professional editors: the manuscript will be formatted for you. If you would like professional guidance on improving the standard and style of your writing, before submitting your article, we offer a specialist language editing service.
All journals prefer articles that make significant contributions to the field. This article discusses ways of how authors can improve their publishing success. We discuss the up-front end of an article (title, abstract, keywords). Specifically, three types of abstracts are considered: the indicative (descriptive) abstract, the informative abstract, and the structured abstract. Subsequently, we.Writing Journal Articles C. David Sherrill School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Georgia Institute of Technology Updated May 2015 1 Introduction These notes include some advice on how to write a paper for publication in a peer-reviewed journal. Considerably more extensive advice on this subject is available in other sources such as the ACS Style Guide. 2 Goals for a Paper As Fritz Schaefer used.Reference articles that are widely cited: you can gain a faster understanding of the state of a particular discipline by reading widely cited articles first. Use a tool such as Thomson-Reuters Web of Science to search for articles and sort them by the number of citations. This is a quick way to discover the most important articles (according to.
We also encourage you to be involved in promoting your article. As the author, you can make a real difference by raising the profile of your research and talking to your peers, the public, and other potential readers. What you do may depend on your research, your field, and how much time you have, but we encourage you to think about how you can support the promotion of your work.Read More
RCNi guidance on writing and submitting articles for publication The journals, in print and online, support the sharing of knowledge and experience. We commission articles but also welcome unsolicited clinical articles, literature reviews, and reports of original research and service innovations, as well as comment on issues in practice, education, policy or management.Read More
The Journals of Gerontology: Series A The Journals of Gerontology: Series B Journal of Global Security Studies Journal of Heredity The Journal of Hindu Studies Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery Journal of the History of Collections Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences Journal of Human Rights Practice The Journal of.Read More
The most cited articles published since 2017, extracted from Scopus. Applications of machine learning in animal behaviour studies - Open access Volume 124, February 2017, Pages 203-220.Read More
Chapter 1: Introducing Writing for Scholarly Journals 6 Daniel Soule Chapter 2: Turning Your Coursework into Articles 10 Alaric Hall Chapter 3: Writing the Introduction and Conclusion of a Scholarly Article 24 John Corbett Chapter 4: Submission to Print: Submitting a Paper for Publication and the Publication Process 34 Clare Morton Chapter 5: A Personal View of the Research Assessment Exercise.Read More
An academic or scholarly journal is a periodical publication in which scholarship relating to a particular academic discipline is published. Academic journals serve as permanent and transparent forums for the presentation, scrutiny, and discussion of research. They are usually peer-reviewed or refereed. Content typically takes the form of articles presenting original research, review articles.Read More
Referencing Journals Referencing print journals. References to journal articles should include the following: The author of the article - by surname and initial(s) in CAPITALS; The title of the article; The title of the journal (in italics or bold) Year of publication; The volume number; The part or issue number; The page numbers; Referencing ejournals. Many electronic journals are also.Read More
Research Publish Journals is a worldwide open access peer reviewed online International Journal publishing Organisation. It is committed to bring out the highest excellence by publishing unique, novel research articles of upcoming authors as well as renowned scholars. It belongs to an intellectual group of Researchers, Scholars, Industry Experts, Academicians, Scientists reflecting ethos of.Read More
Abstract should be kept to about 200-300 words maximum (a typical standard length for journals.) Limit your statements concerning each segment of the paper (i.e. purpose, methods, results, etc.) to two or three sentences, if possible. The Abstract helps readers decide whether they want to read the.Read More
Here we provide a selection of academic journal templates for articles and papers which automatically format your manuscripts in the style required for submission to that journal. Thanks to the partnerships we're building within the publishing community, you can also now submit your paper directly to a number of journals and other editorial and review services via the publish menu in the.Read More