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Category - Scholarly Communications

Find Collaborators for Your Research

For postgraduates and early-career researchers, it may be challenging to find external research collaborators. However, it’s never too early to start building your research network with compatible collaborators.

Dive into Scholarly Communication Through Open Peer Review

There are many things we can learn from peer review processes of others. Not only we learn how to give constructive feedback, it also helps us stay up to date with research developments and improve our critical thinking.

Retraction Watch & Retracted COVID-19 Articles

While research publications on coronavirus have mushroomed in an amazing speed in 2020, some of them had to be retracted for various reasons. Retraction Watch is a good source to help us keep track of them.

Researcher Survey on Scholarly Communication

A survey was conducted to find out researchers’ publishing habits, the factors they consider when deciding which journal to publish their work, and their views on the author pay-to-publish model.