By Charlesworth Author Services on April 25, 2017

Artificial Intelligence and its Impact on Academic Publishing

Artificial intelligence is used increasingly in everday life. So what impact will it have in the workplace and in the scientific publishing industry?

 
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By Charlesworth Author Services on March 27, 2017

How to Avoid Article Retraction

We will look at some of the causes of article retractions, how you can prevent retractions and provide useful resources for further information.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 11, 2016

What is Self-Plagiarism?

Self-plagiarism is a worry to many authors and researchers. Often, they are unsure what self-plagiarism is or how to avoid it.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on August 11, 2017

Duplicate Submission

Duplicate submission of papers to academic journals is actively discouraged by journals and publishers. Many publishers have strict policies about duplicate submission, and the reuse of research data. 

 

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By Charlesworth Author Services on November 07, 2016

How to avoid plagiarism

Although plagiarism can refer to the intentional copying of others’ work, it is most often committed accidentally, as a result of incorrect referencing or citation.  Alternatively, a lack of awareness of previous studies can lead to plagiarism, and a failure even to reference one’s own work will cause problems of copyright.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on July 11, 2017

Ethical considerations in scientific and scholarly publishing

Authorship involves not only credit for the work but also accountability. It is this idea of credit and accountability which determines the need for ethical considerations to be made in scholarly publishing and, more specifically, scientific publishing.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on July 11, 2017

Authorship of academic papers

Carrying out research studies and then writing up the research results often involve many participants. Some (or all) of these may be considered to be ‘authors’ and appear in the list of authors connected with the final paper, but it is important to think about who actually constitutes an ‘author’.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on October 03, 2016

Article retractions

Retraction of published scientific articles is not a new phenomenon, but 2015 saw some notable examples affecting even large, high-profile publishers.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on October 17, 2019

Authorship, and the role of the ‘corresponding author’

It is important to acknowledge the people involved in compiling and writing your research. Many journals now require authors to acknowledge not only the authors who were involved in writing up the research, but also any individuals who contributed to the research in some way. These are know as authorship and contributorship

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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