How to Do Peer review?

Peer review is essentially a structured process; therefore, more you practice it, the more expert and confident you would be. It is a constructive process. The peer review both preserves the integrity of the article and helps you improve your proficiency as a researcher. Also it a good way for advancing the skill of critical Read more about How to Do Peer review?[…]

Quality of A Scientific Journal

Quality improvement is one of the most important matters in a scientific journal that is under the influence of financial and budgetary issues. Each issue of a scientific journal should have a higher quality than the previous issue. The most influential factor in this regard is the budget of the journal. But although a large Read more about Quality of A Scientific Journal[…]

Types of Research

Types of Research

A. Based on Purpose Basic Research This type of research follows no personal or commercial purposes. It seeks to expand knowledge and theories in general and particular, without the immediate scientific application of research results. Applied Research The purpose here is to achieve the understanding or knowledge needed to determine how a specific need is Read more about Types of Research[…]

Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part 2)

Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part 2)

6. Find a Suitable Place for Studying It is essential to have a special place to study. The best place to study is a personal desk and a room that is separate from the rooms that are used for other purposes. It is best to have a study desk in the corner of the room Read more about Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part 2)[…]

Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part One)

Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part One)

1. Study in Short but Continuous Intervals: Based on statistics, the human mind is much more concentrated during short and frequent times periods than long ones. So even if you only have 1 hour to study, divide it into shorter intervals. It is also best to give yourself a break after every 10 minutes of Read more about Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part One)[…]

Authorship Ethics in Research (Part 4)

Authorship Ethics in Research (Part 4)

Overlapping Publications If the printed or electronic version of an article has been published before or is being reviewed for publication, it is unethical to submit it to another journal. Note 1: The authors of a manuscript that is being reviewed by a journal could decide to submit that manuscript to another journal for any Read more about Authorship Ethics in Research (Part 4)[…]

Article writing in English

Article writing in English

Researchers who intend to present their work worldwide often face the challenge of writing in English. Most of them wish they were able to convey the concepts themselves and not through the process of translation. Good news is that it is not that difficult. The only thing that you need is relative familiarity with the Read more about Article writing in English[…]

Key points of Formal Writing (part 2)

Key points of Formal Writing (part 3)

Grammar and Structure The formal style of writing means following all the grammatical rules and laws. Thus, there should be no grammatical or structural problems in your writing. In this regard, the coherence and consistency of the text are one of the most important grammatical issues in English.  The following is an example: Wrong: The Read more about Key points of Formal Writing (part 3)[…]

Key points of Formal Writing

Key points of Formal Writing

When you start writing articles in English, you should use a more formal language. This needs more effort than just translation. The formal style of writing is very different from the informal style. Here in this article, we will introduce the key points of formal writing. The formal writing style is a necessity for the Read more about Key points of Formal Writing[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)

H. Holistic and Structured Approach to Understanding Problems The process of thinking, in addition to requiring the researcher’s knowledge of the available information, is only possible in the light of the integration and adjustment of information. So lack of the ability of systematic thinking not only makes thinking difficult but sometimes even makes it difficult Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 2)

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 2)

B. Lack of a Proper Definition: It is very difficult to provide a clear definition of brilliance, like most terms in the field of humanities. There are several reasons for this. We will explain some of them below. Being Under the Influence of Prejudiced Assumptions The impact of assumptions is another factor contributing to the Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 2)[…]

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