As a busy researcher you know how important it is to be organized. With so many commitments pulling you to and fro, it can be easy to forget an important task or meeting. Not to mention needing to know how much time to anticipate for things like writing up manuscripts. Here we look at some useful online organizational tools to help keep you on top of your projects, and take the hassle out of staying organized
Good ethical awareness and practice is essential for everyone involved in academic research, manuscript production and publishing. The ethical standards set out by groups such as ICMJE, COPE, and EASE are the standards against which journals and your fellow researchers will hold your work.
As an associate member of COPE, Edanz supports the current industry standards in publication and research ethics. We practice this commitment through transparent and ethical services, as well as offering guidance to authors should an ethical issue arise with their manuscript.
Selecting which journal you would like your research to be published in can be a challenging process. Choosing a journal which is not suitable for your research can add months to the publication process, wasting both the author's time and that of the Editorial Offices who have to filter out research which is not suitable for publication in their journals.
Here we talk you through the various factors you should consider when deciding which journal you will submit your research to for publication.
You have completed work on your manuscript and are ready to submit it to your journal of choice. If your manuscript doesn't comply to strict journal submission guidelines you may find it is rejected before even reaching the Editor's desk. Our guidelines to submission will help to ensure that you have completed everything that you need before committing to submission.
Adhering to best practices can help to make your research and communication of that research more efficient, ensuring that you can spend time concentrating on the areas that deserve your attention.
They can also help you to apply standards to your research in line with global publishing practices and trends as well as keeping up-to-date with new developments and tools.