What are preprints and preprint servers for research papers?
What is a Preprint? A preprint is a research article draft completed prior to publication that is then publicly shared by the author(s) prior to, or after, formal, journal-controlled peer-review but before publication. Preprints are documents that are often not typeset or built into online content.
What kinds of papers will you write? Learn about academic publishing, the different kinds of research articles and how to write them with TopEdit
I’ve been publishing my own research as academic papers for more than 20 years. I look back on my career and think about my output; more than 280 papers since 1998. I published my first peer-reviewed paper when I was finishing my PhD. This was a huge thrill
To ‘review’ or not ‘to review’: That is the question
One of the more common kinds of papers we write as academics are so-called ‘review papers’. In addition to regular peer-reviewed research articles, of course.
Get up to speed with Open Research and Plan S: The background
As you probably know, the academic publishing industry is changing fast. It’s hard to keep up-to-date with some recent developments and so we’ve put together this handy document to help you more easily and quickly understand relevant aspects of Open Research and,
Get up to speed with Open Research and Plan S: What’s best for your career?
We’ve talked about the concepts of Open Research and Plan S in an earlier article in this series: the basic idea that research results, including the publications that result, should be freely available for all to see, download, read, and cite. On the face of it, this seems like a very good idea and,
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