Predatory Journals vs Peer Reviewed Journals

Predatory Journals vs Peer Reviewed Journals

Predatory Journals vs Peer Reviewed Journals Publishing scientific papers is not an easy task, especially for doctoral students or other novice researchers know this. Each of them would like their work to be published in a prestigious journal with a high impact factor. Moreover, the requirement for doctoral studies (currently in doctoral schools) in Poland is that a doctoral student should have at least one published article. Such a requirement, although logical from the point of view of Polish science,

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Get 20% off scientific translations in February!

Get 20% off scientific translations in February!

Dear Researchers, we are well into 2023 and hope the year has got off to a good start! At eCORRECTOR, we help authors improve their publications in peer-reviewed journals. That is why throughout the whole of February, we are offering a discount of 20% off translations when ordered with PhD proofreading or PhD editing. If you wish to use this offer, send your text to info@ecorrector.com till 28.02, 15.00 Wishing you all success with your publications!

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Scientific Writing – An Unexpected Journey

Scientific Writing – An Unexpected Journey

In November 2022, we held another webinar entitled: “Scientific Writing – An Unexpected Journey”. The webinar was hosted by co-founder of eCORRECTOR, prof Associate Mark J. Hunt, PhD, and our speaker Dr. Keith όProinsias, who obtained his PhD in Chemistry from the Institute of Technology Tallaght in Dublin, Ireland. Keith has been providing editing and proofreading services at eCORRECTOR for over 4 years. He also worked with proofreading companies in Japan and India. He shared his story of his unexpected

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Is Grammarly the only (right) choice? Machine English proofreading alternatives.

Is Grammarly the only (right) choice? Machine English proofreading alternatives.

In one of our previous posts, we took a closer look at the most popular tool for machine English proofreading i.e. Grammarly (link). Today we would like to let you know about some alternatives for this software that are used worldwide by many universities. Ginger Ginger as an English proofreading software analyzes misspelled words within the context of an entire sentence and suggests words based on the intended meaning of the sentence. This is different than most spell checkers that

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Tips & tricks for writing your science paper

Tips & tricks for writing your science paper

Are you currently working on your first science paper? Good news! We’ve compiled some tips and tricks to help you with that task. Tips and tricks to improve your article People who are reading journal articles, again, they don’t have a ton of time and they want to get to the meat of what you are researching. And reviewers will say too wordy, too verbose, things like that. I will see often times paragraphs that are one or two sentences

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How to avoid reviewer’s criticism?

How to avoid reviewer’s criticism?

If you are currently working on your first science paper, you might be worried if your paper will get accepted by the review or will you have to make changes. We made this post, so you can avoid getting negative feedback and corrections that you would have to implement later down the line. Reviewer’s criticism – what to focus on to avoid it? The first big thing is plagiarism. Obviously, don’t do it. Make sure you cite or reference even

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How to submit a paper? Complete guide for beginner researchers

How to submit a paper? Complete guide for beginner researchers

How to submit a paper? You might be asking yourself this question if you are a beginner-researcher. Don’t worry. It’s not complicated. In this post we will try and show you, how it works. How to submit a paper? Step one: Make sure you got everything right! Right before you start uploading your files, give the instructions to authors a final look through to make sure that you haven’t missed out any important information. For example, a lot of journals

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Peer review process: What happens after you submit your paper?

Peer review process: What happens after you submit your paper?

The peer review process might be a bit stressful if you want to publish your paper, but we hope you might feel better if you look into it in detail and understand how it all works. At eCORRECTOR we provide proofreading and editing services done by PhD English Native Speakers, who are experienced authors and know a lot about that topic. Let’s take a look then. A couple of things to say right at the start, if you are ever

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Highlights from October webinar

Highlights from October webinar

Last month, on the 26th of October, we had our another webinar entitled: “Top Tips and Common Mistakes in Scientific Writing”. It was a huge success and we were really happy to see such a turnaround – over 100 people subscribed. It was moderated by co-founder and chief editor of eCORRECTOR, dr. hab. Mark J. Hunt, PhD, and our main guest, who conducted the entire lecture, was dr. Jerry Carr-Brion, MRSC, CChem who obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Queen

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New webinar: Scientific Writing – An Unexpected Journey

New webinar: Scientific Writing –  An Unexpected Journey

We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a new science writing webinar on the 30th of November, 5:00 PM GMT+2. This webinar will be held by Keith ό Proinsias, PhD. Keith has been providing editing and proofreading services at eCORRECTOR for over 4 years. He also worked with proofreading companies in Japan and India. He will share with us a story of his unexpected journey to become a proofreader, and how to write better papers in English. He will

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