Publishing Tip: Cite While You Write

When we write papers, it is a common practice to cite as we write. But when it comes to other types of written content (drafts, emails, etc.), we don’t. Much of what we consider “bad drafts” contain valuable content. This video covers some quick tips for citing everything while you write.

This video was contributed by Dr. Laura Sanchez, Director of the Neurocognition and Psychophysiology Laboratory at the Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE) in the Dominican Republic.

Using Color in Figures

Figures of your research are a critical component of your manuscript. When submitting your work to a journal, not only are your written words worth your time, but your figures are as well.

This video outlines the best way to use color in your figures and is presented by AJE.