The Future of International Botanical Research: possibilities and strategies for your International collaborations and research, especially in developing nations
Peterson, Larry .
So you need to publish a paper from your international research--process and pitfalls.
Research results must be subjected to peer review and made available to an international audience if they are going to add to the primary literature in a meaningful way. In order for this to occur, the careful preparation of a manuscript after the selection of an appropriate journal is the important first step. Adherence to the guidelines for authors and critical editing of the manuscript, with help from editing services if required, are prerequisite before submission. Pre-review of manuscripts by one or more colleagues prior to submission is highly recommended. In this presentation, the process of getting a paper published is reviewed and the common problems encountered are discussed. As well, suggestions as to how colleagues with better access to journals and with experience in the language of the journal of choice can assist international colleagues in having their research published.
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1 - University of Guelph, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1, Canada
pitfalls of publication
primary international literature.
Presentation Type: Symposium or Colloquium Presentation
Date: Wednesday, July 30th, 2008
Time: 10:15 AM