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Self-archiving: Is it Good for Academic Researchers?

Instant Availability: Researchers that are frustrated with delays in making their results available to the world as academic…
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publishing project as separate articles

How Much of Your Dissertation Can You Publish as Separate Articles?

If three out of five of your book or dissertation chapters have been released as articles, will a…
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Replication Study

The Value of a Replication Study

An Unfair Reputation? A replication study attempts to validate the findings of a prior piece of research. By…
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Journal selection

Should Your Journal Selection be a Compromise?

Running The Numbers? For many academic researchers, the selection of the journal in which they want their research…
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fake journals to faux conferences

From Fake Journals to Faux Conferences

Is it Maximizing Fake Revenues? Business schools teach the concept that when you have refined your model and…
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Basic or applied research

Basic or Applied Research: Should You Chase a Trend?

Consider Your Purpose! Passion for a research topic can get you through some tough spots when you’re struggling…
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Hijacked Journal

Beware From a Hijacked Journal in Academic Publishing

What is a Hijacked Journal? After open access lowered publishing costs, threw the peer review process into complete…
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How Often Should Researchers Get Published?

How Often Should Researchers Get Published?

Where Should You Look To Benchmark? Until an allegedly lost manuscript was found in January 2015, Harper Lee,…
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Open Access not Free Research

Is Access to Research Ever Really Free?

The Promise of Open Access The name of the Open Access (OA) publishing model embodies the spirit of…
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How To Identify Predatory/Fake Journals?

Publish Anything For A Fee! When the phenomenon of open access began over a decade ago, it was…
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