“How to…” Guides

IEREK Press’ “How to guides” is an inclusive set of guides for authors to advice on different aspects, through the process of publishing. This is to help academics make their submissions in the best possible form.

  • What is Plagiarism and How to Avoid It
  • How to Write a Great Abstract
  • How to Publish Your Paper in an Academic Journal
  • How to Avoid Weak Sources in Your Research

What is plagiarism and how to avoid it

Plagiarism is an increasing issue that is being faced by students and even researchers nowadays. Despite clear and strict policies for cases of plagiarism among universities and institutions, reports of plagiarism cases are still higher than ever. Such acts could be a result of moral breakdown or ignorance. Seen as a serious case of ethical breach, even a punishable felony under certain laws, plagiarism deserves more attention and individuals need to be aware of possibly falling into its trap. Read More...


How to write a great abstract

In many fields of research, a report, essay, or study begins with an abstract. An abstract is meant to sell your work; it should explain the topic of your paper, the problem your research is trying to solve or the question you are trying to answer, how you went about doing this, and the conclusion you reached. Writing an abstract is an important part of publishing your research, and you should make the effort to make this portion of your paper detailed and well-written. Many people do not realize the importance of Read More...


How to publish your paper in an academic journal

Academic journals are a very convent way for authors to share their findings. Authors who aim to have an impact in their field of work resort to journals as it reaches more readers than any other publishing method. Academic journals aim to not only publish your work but to also be recognized and have a noticeable effect in the chosen field of study. This post aims to help academic authors through their publishing journey by Read More...


How to avoid weak sources in your research

Research needs to differ from one to another and from a paper to the other. There is no set of rules to be followed to write creative research. However, you must find credible resources to your paper to be eligible. So, you have to evaluate your resources when using books, articles, reports, and especially websites Read More...