In an effort to provide valuable information to our members and website visitors, we have assembled a comprehensive guide to writing and publishing an academic paper. Of course, this would not have been possible without the help of our knowledgeable and experienced academic members.
Rather than having you read page after page of information, we decided to condense all of this material into a single list of 101 tips. You will find guidelines for planning a research project, preparing a manuscript, selecting the appropriate journal, and even advice about how to respond to reviewer comments and write strong, persuasive cover letters. Whether you are a graduate student or veteran scientist, our 101 list has much to offer.
The 101 list directly supports our overall mission to improve and accelerate the publication and dissemination of academic research. So take a look for yourself and email us any thoughts you may have.