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The Writing Process: Prewriting

Draft eye-catching figures and tables, then build a roadmap for your manuscript with an outline. Prewriting transforms your data into a captivating story for impactful scientific communication.

by Charla Viera, MS

5 min

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  • Ethics

Building Trust in Information Through Standards and Best Practices (Guest Post)

Misinformation is on the rise, so what are some of the specific ways that information standards can help address misinformation? Guest author Alice Meadows, Director of Community Engagement at the National Information Standards Organization (NISO), highlights some of the knowledge and solutions brought forth during the 2021 NISO Plus 2021 meeting (held virtually last February), as well as some of the more recent efforts resulting from this meeting.

by AJE Team

6 min

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How to Disseminate and Track Your Research

There are many ways to proactively disseminate your research through social media, blogs, and other means. In this article, you’ll learn some of the best channels and tactics. Then we’ll show you how to incorporate Altmetric to track your impact. By working as your own PR agency for your research, you’ll spread the word farther and wider, and you can build your professional network.

by AJE Team

9 min

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  • Visibility

How to Promote Your Research Through Social Media

Social media is a powerful venue for communicating your research. Here we explain the various social media tools - both traditional and academic - that can help you promote and build the impact of your work.

by AJE Team

7 min

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  • Writing

Following Data Policies in Research

Research is only as good as the data supporting it. Make sure you avoid these six all-too-common data disasters.

by AJE Team

6 min

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Statement of Originality and Disclosure: A Quick Guide for Authors

We’re continuing our Research Integrity Toolkit blog series with Scholastica In honor of this year’s Peer Review Week theme "Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research." In this post, Gareth Dyke, discusses statements of originality and disclosure when making article submissions for peer review.

by AJE Team

8 min

  • Article
  • Peer Review

Statement of Originality and Disclosure: A Quick Guide for Authors

We’re continuing our Research Integrity Toolkit blog series with Scholastica In honor of this year’s Peer Review Week theme "Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research." In this post, Gareth Dyke, discusses statements of originality and disclosure when making article submissions for peer review.

by AJE Team

9 min

  • Article
  • Peer Review

The Importance of Open Research

We’re continuing our Research Integrity Toolkit blog series with Scholastica in honor of this year’s Peer Review Week theme "Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research." In this post, Gareth Dyke, discusses ‘The Importance of Open Research’. Be sure to check out the corresponding tools for journals on the Scholastica blog!

by AJE Team

12 min

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  • Peer Review

10 Most Common Types of Plagiarism (and How to Avoid Them)

Plagiarism is representing someone’s ideas as your own and/or without correct acknowledgment of the original author. These most common types of plagiarism range from flat-out copy-pasting from another study to simply misquoting or wrongly citing. Thorough knowledge of all types of plagiarism can save your career. And thorough knowledge is what this post aims to give you.

by AJE Team

12 min