What are the documents required during the submission process of a journal?
Generally the journal submission requirements are almost the same for all journals, unless there is some specific document mentioned in the author guidelines. These include:
- Conflict of Interest Disclosures
- Identification of funding source
- Copyright Permissions for any duplicate material
- Blind copies (with all authorship and institutional identifiers removed) for blinded peer review
- Specific article structure
- Specific formatting requirements (pdf, doc, tables, graphics)
- Specific writing style (MLS, APA, Chicago)
In case you still have doubts, email the editorial team at the journal. It is always better to find out now than wait for an automatic rejection for failing to follow the journal requirements. Most journals are cognizant of the workload involved in the submission process and usually offer a checklist for you to double and triple-check every item before submission. You can take help of the checklist before submitting your manuscript.
In case your manuscript is ready for submission, let us complete this tedious process on your behalf. Check through Enago’s Journal Submission service will help you in this above process. Good luck with your manuscript submission!