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Journal editors share their advice on how to structure a paper, write a cover letter – and deal with awkward feedback from reviewers.
Read the full article on the Guardian site at http://www.theguardian.com/education/2015/jan/03/how-to-get-published-in-an-academic-journal-top-tips-from-editors
“The Public Library of Science (PLoS) is a nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world’s scientific and medical literature a public resource.” PLoS is indeed committed to its mission and goals. Everything available on PLoS is free for access, use, copy and download. The hottest section of PLoS is the PLoS Journals Section. As PLoS is an advocate and follower of the principles of Open Access, all literature published in PLoS is open (free). As of now, PLoS has the following journals ready for access: PLoS Biology, PLoS Medicine, PLoS Computational Biology, PLoS Genetics, PLoS Pathogens, PLoS Clinical Trials, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases. All this, free and open. PLoS, for sure, is a treasure trove of scientific and medical literature of the world. PLoS also has a platform for publishing scientifc and medical information known as PLoS ONE
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“Welcome to the Directory of Open Access Journals”, says DOAJ. DOAJ is a one-stop shop for all open access journals. Open Access Journals are freely accessible journals over the Web. As of today, about 2036 journals are listed in DOAJ, of which about 507 are searchable at the article level. About 83,264 articles are included in the Directory. The Journals can be searched on title or can be browsed by subject.