Ms. Louise Russell

Choosing the Right Journal for Your Research

A common mistake that researchers make is submitting manuscripts to journals that are unlikely to publish their work. In this course, we focus on the key selection criteria that researchers should follow for journal selection, in addition to the IF.

Mr. John Bond

Important Forms of Presenting Data: Charts, Figures, and Tables

In published studies, readers expect detailed analyses to be shared for each dataset with sufficient details. As experimentation has become more computational, presentation of data has become critically important to researchers.

Dr Jan de Beer

Publishing in Humanities

Studies in the Humanities are as multi-faceted, creative and rich as humans themselves. The goal of this course on publishing in Humanities is to assist aspiring and young authors in the Humanities with that celebration.