Newsletter: Do You Want to Publish in the Leading Journal in Your Field?

Increase your chances for publication success

In order to successfully publish in the leading journal in your field, your manuscript needs to be flawless - from the soundness of your research methodology to the persuasion of your arguments. You need to ensure your manuscript is innovative, coherent, and reads flawlessly. 

Increase your chances for success by having an expert pair of eyes review your manuscript ahead of submission.

Learn how to strengthen your manuscript.

 Read our latest op-ed in Times Higher Education

We were thrilled to share with you an article co-authored by ALE CEO Avi Staiman and Professors Marnie Jo Petray and Gaillynn Clements published in Times Higher Education.  

The article, entitled: 'We must end linguistic discrimination in academic publishing', brings into greater focus the issue of linguistic discrimination in the publishing process and our recommendations on how to reform the system. The article reinforces our mission to work tirelessly to level the playing field for all scholars seeking to publish innovative research, regardless of their linguistic background.

Click to read the PDF version of the article.

How to receive feedback without risking being plagiarised 

Receiving constructive feedback from your colleagues ahead of the formal peer-review process is an important step when preparing your manuscript. However, too many scholars approach this stage with the fear of plagiarism and data theft looming over them. We have identified a few key steps you can take to ensure you receive the feedback you need while safeguarding your research.

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