Free Webinar on Crossmark Service

On December 6th, 2018, Crossref will deliver a free webinar. Crossmark gives publishers a standard way to communicate important updates to content, and to share additional metadata that can provide assurance and context.  Read More


8 Most Common Types of Plagiarism to Stay Away from!

Plagiarism, or passing someone else’s work as your own, is not a new phenomenon in research. It has gained greater attention with the advent of technology that has made it easier to uncover instances of plagiarism. There are many types of plagiarism already described. Although no degree of plagiarism is acceptable, it can range from complete plagiarism, as the most egregious act of fraud, to accidental plagiarism. Read More

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6th International Academic Writing Symposium: WRITING AT THE CROSSROADS (28 – 30 March 2019)

6th International Academic Writing Symposium, 28 – 30 March 2019
Academic writing today is evolving in numerous directions. This opens up many possibilities for writing itself but also for writing support and research. At the same time, these possibilities are accompanied by challenges. We as writing center professionals must recognize and respond to these challenges, alongside colleagues in academic writing, publishing, translation, support, and instruction.

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Modern-day Scientific Publication: the Fundamentals of Academic Writing for Humanitarian Journals (July 4th, 2018)

The “Librarianship” journal, with support from the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers, the Association of Academic Writing Experts “National Writing Centres Consortium”, the Russian association of electronic libraries, as part of the publication development program under international requirements, hereby invites you to take part in the second seminar of the series, organized for authors, reviewers, editorial council and editorial board members of the journal, the purpose of which is the quality improvement of publications. Read More