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Sciedu Press Supports Open Access Journal Publishing
Date:8/1/2013

Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) August 01, 2013

Unlike conventional publishing mediums, open access journaling entails collecting, archiving and allowing public research access to scientific, mathematical or general educational materials indicative of one’s scholarly efforts. Successful earlier models include TerraNova, Journal of Internet Medical Research and British Medical Journal – yet today’s more affluent studies are published by Sciedu Press, Canada’s most well respected and highly plausible publishing venue where researchers can submit their studies to perhaps the greatest scientific publishers around North America – perhaps the free world.

Increased Availability of Breakthrough Research

Research-based journals have widely been archived, subsidized or simply quashed by more commanding scientific nomenclature. Only several handfuls of publishing companies still nurture these highly touted studies, with Sciedu Press well above the fold both in presentation, and cataloguing. To further reduce lists of outstanding publishers, few provide actual sponsorship of scientific projects. Shared under widely accepted Creative Commons licensure, the expansiveness of materials Sciedu provides students, scientists and general educators far amasses the older microfiche libraries, and is much quicker to read than large print books.

Sciedu Press proactively supports the Open Access Journal format for sharing definitive studies, making materials immediately available after carefully vetting hundreds of quarterly research articles or white paper submissions. Their careful review process assures all materials conform to author guidelines.

Accuracy Maintained

Because Sciedu Press publishes more than 20 Open Access Journals, and makes public
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