6. Actively connect with other researchers in your field Journal editors often use the reviewers’ suggestions. If you introduce yourself to researchers, your chances of being nominated as a reviewer will increase. Start conversations with fellow researchers and editors while attending conferences. Some journals also invite reviewers to keep in touch with them. This is Read more about Do You Want to Become a Peer Reviewer? (Final)[…]
Any scientific research involves testing a hypothesis through an experiment. If the results of the experiment support the hypothesis, it is considered positive and worthy of publication. However, if the results of the experiment contradict the expectations of the researchers, it means that the hypothesis was wrong. These findings are called negative results and most journals do Read more about Can Negative Results Be Significant?[…]
H-index, which was previously an obscure scholarly metric, has become the subject of heated public debate. The first time, it was declared that Bjorn Lomborg, who is skeptical about the relative significance of climate change, would be heading a research center at the University of Western Australia, many scientists disagreed due to his H-index. Most Read more about What Is the H-index?[…]
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In this article we want to see what Open Access (OA) means to researchers and publishers. To describe it simply, open access means that the article or academic work is published in a database or medium that is accessible free of charge to anyone who needs it. Typically, access to published works require the payment Read more about Open Access (OA) Journals[…]