What motivates you to carry out peer review?

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What motivates you to carry out peer review?

A kind of transferring knowledge and experiences. EVen if I will recommend rejection of the paper, I try to make the comments educative to the authors to comprehend how to improve their paper.

What motivates you to register interest?

learning new things. coming up with creative ideas to improve something, or make something new. analysing complex data in order to draw clear and simple conclusions. working well as part of a team.

What is Google Scholar best used for?

Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites.

Why is Google not a reliable source?

Google is not an academic source, or indeed, a source at all. Rather, Google is a search engine designed to help find materials that are available on the internet. In general, Google should not be used to find academic sources, as most websites and documents are not of an academic nature.

Why should you not use Google Scholar?

Disadvantages of using Google Scholar: It can be a research source, but should not be the only source you use. Google Scholar does not provide the criteria for what makes its results “scholarly”. Google Scholar does not allow users to limit results to either peer reviewed or full text materials or by discipline.

Do you have to pay for Google Scholar?

Free Full Text from COM Library Databases Sometimes Google Scholar points you to resources for which you have to pay to get the full text, but COM students faculty, and staff can get many articles from Google Scholar for free!

Is everything in Google Scholar included in Google?

No. Google Scholar collects research papers from all over the web also including grey literature and non-peer reviewed papers and reports. Are Google Scholar articles free? Google Scholar, however, tries to provide links to free versions of the article e.g. on institutional repositories if possible.

How do I get access to articles?

Access Journal Articles Behind Paywalls for Free

  1. Check Your Institutions’ and Associations’ Subscriptions.
  2. Investigate Other Library Options.
  3. Get it From the Author.
  4. Try Unpaywall.
  5. Look for an Open-Access Alternative.
  6. Purchase or Rent the Individual Paper.
  7. Get a Personal Subscription.

Is an h index of 10 good?

As an example, an h index of 10 means that among all publications by one author, 10 of these publications have received at least 10 citations each. Hirsch argues that the h index is preferable to other single-number criteria, such as the total number of papers, the total number of citations and citations per paper.

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