New data for past authors

Posted Thu, Aug, 14,2008

Authors who have had a paper published by us in our open access journals since July 2007 can now log-in to My LA to monitor the status of the article. Click on "My Article" to review:How many times your article has been read since mid-August 2008What other articles authors have also been reading before and after reading yoursThe current production status of your article (this will conti...

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Five tips for preparing figures

Posted Mon, Aug, 04,2008

Almost all manuscripts submitted to Libertas Academica open access journals have figures of some kind associated with them. Figures are an invaluable component of an article. They make articles visually appealing but more importantly allow the authors to illustrate points which might otherwise remain obscure. Open access journals should not impose limitations on the quantity of figures used and g...

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Libertas Academica journals on ChemSpider

Posted Tue, Jul, 29,2008

I was excited this morning to receive an email from Antony Williams at ChemSpider notifying me that ChemSpider wished to include Libertas Academica journals, particularly Analytical Chemistry Insights, in the list of open access publishers searchable via ChemSpider. As a relatively new open access publisher it's wonderful to find ourselves in the company of many admirable publishers and journ...

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Five tips for getting through peer review without pain

Posted Fri, Jul, 25,2008

Since April 2005 when Libertas Academica launched its first two journals (Cancer Informatics and Evolutionary Bioinformatics) we have published somewhere in the region of 550 articles. Allowing for a small minority of papers not subject to peer review like editorials means that we've undertaken roughly 500 peer reviews.Because effective peer review is the cornerstone of academic publishing I ...

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New journal spotlight: Journal of Experimental Neuroscience

Posted Thu, Jul, 24,2008

Libertas Academica is aiming to have around 100-120 journals by the end of this year. All will be open access, and we hope that all will find happy homes with their audiences. The new journal in the spotlight today is Journal of Experiemental Neuroscience . Launching new journals isn't by any means easy, but it is made considerably easier by having a proactive Editor in Chief. Liber...

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