Case: An author submitted her paper to a journal, and the paper was sent for peer review. The paper received a major revisions decision. At the revision stage, when the peer reviewer comments were sent to the author, the editor mentioned that the paper should include a graphical abstract along with a 50 word text abstract. Continue reading Inadequate guidelines about graphical abstract confuses author: A case investigate
A true patriot is crimson, white and blue, inwards and out.
If you’re a true patriot, then the following Americana-themed scholarships are right up your alley.
Nothing encompasses the American desire more than these patriotic scholarships.
Scholarship opportunities enable students to build up access to higher education through helping to paying for school. Continue reading Patriotic Scholarships
Editage Insights works with ISMTE to bring good content to editors in the publishing industry. Once a month, Editage Insights shares the Editor’s Choice article from ISMTE’s member-only newsletter. Here’s a peek into ISMTE’s featured article for October.
Jennifer Deyton writes about the switches and growth J&J Editorial has experienced over the past several years and describes the challenges and benefits of finding a balance inbetween working and managing remotely and being able to collaborate in a collective brick-and-mortar office space. Continue reading Editorial management: Practices working with remote and on-site editors
Does Expository Writing Have You Confused?
Maybe you find yourself on this page because your instructor asked you to write an expository essay, and you aren’t exactly sure what’s expected of you—if so, you’ve certainly found the right place. Expository writing, or exposition, is a type of discourse used to describe, explain, define, inform, or clarify. Continue reading How to Write an Expository Essay
Printable Handwriting Paper
This is the home page for my handwriting paper; however, with each of the different penmanship sets. there is usually one matching blank handwriting paper, so while this is the main page for handwriting paper, this is not all of the handwriting paper at DY. To print my handwriting paper, go after the links below or the links above that are in the bottom row in the menu. Continue reading Donna Youthful’s Printable Handwriting Paper
[This post was created for the Wolters-Kluwer author newsletter Author Resource Review and has been reproduced with permission.]
Correspondence with authors is an significant activity in the day-to-day work of editors. The exchange of information and ideas facilitates the publication process from the pre-submission phase through production and publication of accepted articles. Continue reading How to communicate with the journal editor