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21 Dos and Don’ts for Journal Writers and Reviewers - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Don’t immediately send out a rejected paper to a new journal without first considering the negative reviews and making changes to strengthen it. Submitting the same untouched manuscript to another outlet compromises the scientific process and shows blatant disregard for the time and effort people spent reviewing your work. A new editor might even send your paper to one or more of the same reviewers who rejected it on the first go-round. They will be cursing under their breath as they are charged with giving the same disregarded feedback — again. It doesn’t require a Ph.D. to realize that this is not a good situation for you or your paper. And in fact, listening to the reviewers and revising as necessary — before submitting it to a new venue — could well lead to a better paper and faster acceptance.
Do provide a detailed letter to the editor when you resubmit your manuscript (assuming you were invited to do so); however, it does not need to be a tome. No one wants to read a 25-page, single-spaced letter explaining what you changed. It is perfectly appropriate to summarize reviewers’ comments instead of repeating them word for word. Summarizing can also take the sting out of nasty comments, and avoid the awkwardness of repeating text from reviewers that is ungrammatical or nonsensical. At the same time, do not skirt an important issue raised by a reviewer by omitting the comment or intentionally misinterpreting it. Reviewers pay close attention to whether an author took their feedback seriously.
publishing  academia  journals 
2 days ago by shannon_mattern
Analyse comparative de huit plateformes étrangères de diffusion de revues scientifiques - Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'Innovation
Effectuée pour le compte du Comité de suivi de l'édition scientifique (CSES), cette étude présente une analyse comparative de huit plateformes étrangères avec deux objectifs : décrire leurs principales caractéristiques et enrichir l'étude des plateformes et agrégateurs de revues scientifiques françaises par une analyse du potentiel concurrentiel et des complémentarités de ces plateformes et agrégateurs étrangers. Le panel est composé de huit plateformes, trois acteurs commerciaux (EB...
plateformes  openaccess  journals 
2 days ago by marlened
The pricing of open access journals: Diverse niches and sources of value in academic publishing | Quantitative Science Studies | MIT Press Journals
Open access (OA) publishing has created new academic and economic niches in contemporary science. OA journals offer numerous publication outlets with varying editorial philosophies and business models. This article analyzes the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) (n = 12,127) to identify characteristics of OA academic journals related to the adoption of article processing charge (APC)-based business models, as well as the price points of journals that charge APCs. Journal impact...
apc  business_models  doaj  journals  publishing  openaccess 
4 days ago by marlened
Article processing charges: Mirroring the citation impact or legacy of the subscription-based model? | Quantitative Science Studies | MIT Press Journals
With the ongoing open-access transformation, article processing charges (APCs) are gaining importance as one of the main business models for open-access publishing in scientific journals. This paper analyzes how much of APC pricing can be attributed to journal-related factors. With UK data from OpenAPC (which aggregates fees paid for open-access articles by universities, funders, and research institutions), APCs are explained by the following variables: (a) the “source normalized impact per pape...
apc  openaccess  journals 
4 days ago by marlened
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International and Multilanguage Journal of History and Theory of Cinema
journals  mediastudies  filmstudies 
6 days ago by verwinv
OA journals non-charging and charging central trends 2010 – 2019 | Sustaining the Knowledge Commons / Soutenir les savoirs communs
For the year 2019, we analyzed around 16000 journals that were fully open access in DOAJ (or whose publishers were listed in DOAJ) at some point from 2010 – 2019. More than half of these journals (58%) published had no publication charge.30% of the journals have publications fees. The most frequent model is APC (28% of total) followed by APPC (page charges), under 1%. In a few cases the cost was not specified or an unusual model such as charge per word was used. Of all the journals analyzed, the...
apc  doaj  journals 
17 days ago by marlened
Limited engagement with transparent and open science standards in the policies of pain journals: a cross-sectional evaluation | BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine
Scientific progress requires transparency and openness. The ability to critique, replicate and implement scientific findings depends on the transparency of the study design and methods, and the open availability of study materials, data and code. Journals are key stakeholders in supporting transparency and openness. This study aimed to evaluate 10 highest ranked pain journals’ authorship policies with respect to their support for transparent and open research practices. Two independe...
policy  journals  medicine  transparence  transparency 
18 days ago by marlened
Journal of Open Humanities Data
The (JOHD) features peer reviewed publications describing humanities data, software, and ontologies with high potential for reuse. We are currently inviting submissions of two varieties: 1. Metapapers describe humanities research objects with high reuse potential. via Pocket
humanities  journals  open  data 
20 days ago by kintopp
Feminist Media Histories
Feminist Media Histories publishes original research, oral histories, primary documents, conference reports, and archival news on radio, television, film, video, digital technologies, and other media across a range of historical periods and global contexts. Inter-medial and trans-national in its approach, Feminist Media Histories examines the historical role gender has played in varied media technologies, and documents women’s engagements with these media as audiences, users and consumers, creators and executives, critics, writers and theorists, technicians and laborers, educators, activists, and librarians.
4 weeks ago by DHNU
portal: Libraries and the Academy
Focusing on important research about the role of academic libraries and librarianship, portal also features commentary on issues in technology and publishing. Written for all those interested in the role of libraries within the academy, portal includes peer-reviewed articles addressing subjects such as library administration, information technology, and information policy.
5 weeks ago by DHNU
Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy
The mission of The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy is to promote open scholarly discourse around critical and creative uses of digital technology in teaching, learning, and research.
5 weeks ago by DHNU
Unbound: A Journal of Digital Scholarship
Unbound publishes work that explores the interstices of digital scholarship, broadly conceived, with an emphasis on digital cultural studies; critical digital humanities; libraries, archives, and museums; the interpretive social sciences; and socially engaged computational or quantitative methods.
5 weeks ago by DHNU
Digital Heritage Conference 2020 Miami ICDH Events Scientific Academic International Congress
Conference Proceedings All submitted conference papers will be blind peer reviewed by three competent reviewers. via Pocket
conference  culture  intangible  journals  usa 
5 weeks ago by kintopp

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