Download our Get Published, quick guide , which outlines the essential steps in preparing a paper. . It is very important that you stick to the specific Guide for Authors of the journal you are submitting to. This is found on the Journal Home Page. You can find information about the publishing process in the 'Understanding the publishing process' guide. It covers topics such as Authors' Rights, Ethics and Plagiarism, and journal and article metrics. If you have research data to share, make sure you read the guide for authors to find out which options the journal offers to share research data with your article. Free e-learning modules on preparing your manuscript can be found on Researcher Academy. .
You can submit your article using our online systems; the system you use will depend on the journal to which you submit. You can access the relevant submission system via the 'Submit Your Paper' link on the http://www.ijres.org journal homepage of your chosen journal. Alternatively, if you have been invited to submit to a journal, follow the instructions provided to you. Once submitted, your paper will be considered by the editor and if it passes initial screening, it will be sent for peer review by experts in your field. If deemed unsuitable for publication in your chosen journal, the editor may suggest you transfer your submission to a more suitable journal, via an Article Transfer Service. .Submit Paper Here
You can track the status of your submitted paper online . The system you use to track your submission will be the same system to which you submitted. Use the reference number or login, you received after submission to track your submission. .Track Your Paper
Now that your article is published, you can promote it to make a bigger impact with your research. Sharing research, accomplishments and ambitions with a wider audience makes you more visible in your field. This helps you get cited more, enabling you to cultivate a stronger reputation, promote your research and move forward in your career. .