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1 April, 03:57

What is the most appropriate process for research collaborators to use in determining which journal they should submit their work to?

a. Submit the work to several journals that represent the interests of all the authors.

b. Obtain advice from the Technology Transfer Office.

c. The research team should discuss the issue early on and while the project is ongoing.

d. It is appropriate to submit the work to any peer reviewed journal.

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  1. 1 April, 04:44
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    The most appropriate process for researcher collaborators to use is Option C: The research team should discuss the issue early on and while the project is ongoing.

    Explanation:

    Research collaborators should discuss their intentions to publish the research results and to think about which journals it would be appropriate to submit their articles for publication. It is not wise to just submit the work to several journals because the editor and the reviewers are your colleagues and you do not want to be seen as inconsiderate of their time. You should, however, have a list of different journals you can submit to and prioritize them. If your article manuscript is not accepted at your first choice you can submit to others on your list but one at a time.
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