Is speedy delivery always worthwhile?


On July 8, 2020,  the Scholarly Kitchen blog  posted a guest colum by Joseph DeBruin, the head of product management at ResearchGate entitled "The Covid Infodemic and the Future of the Communication of Science."

DeBruin gives several examples of the way the fast dissemination of scientific communicatiosn about the COVID-19 virus was both innovative and potentially dangerous and comments that:.

Lysiak-Rudnytsky Ukrainian Studies Programme


About the Program 

The Lysiak-Rudnytsky Ukrainian Studies Programme is an annual program of the Ukrainian Institute's Academiс Sector. It welcomes project proposals from educational institutions, think tanks, and research centers that focus on the history and culture of Ukraine. 

The Lysiak-Rudnytskyi Ukrainian Studies Programme is designed to increase the visibility of Ukraine in educational, research, and cultural centers in Europe and North America. 

The goal of the Lysiak-Rudnytsky Programme is to: 

Re: should journals give more information to prospective authors?

I am an editorial assistant for two academic journals, and I've been doing it for seven years. I always acknowledge receipt of the MS - after asking the editor if it's something they'd like to review - and then give the authors a timeline of when to expect the peer reviews to be back, after which we will give them our editorial decision. This has worked well for us for the most part.

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