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Macrothink Institute encourages Doctoral Students to Join Open Access World

Macrothink Institute persuades doctoral students to join Openaccess as it helps the students enter the academic community.

LAS VEGAS, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --

What Is The Macrothink Institute?

Dedicated to scientific publications and promotion of scientific research, Macrothink Institute publishes research studies in their online, free-for-all scholarly journals. As a comparatively new scholarly publisher, Macrothink aims at providing significant contributions to the current scientific development in this digital era. Considering the many downsides of traditional scholarly journals, Macrothink Institute decided to create an online journal to keep up with the new trend for scientific publications.

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How Are The Current Scholarly Publications Doing?

Although current research journals are doing great and certain organizations are doing a great job at creating awareness for scientific scholarly research, but they have their disadvantages. Print journals usually require large amounts of money to be poured in for tasks like printing and promotion. However, compared to digital journals, traditional journals are still less efficient. Another aspect, which needs to be highlighted here, is that traditional scholarly journals have a very limited distribution, which means they are only distributed in a small, scientific community, which in not the case with online journals like Macrothink.

Why Should Students Submit Papers In Doctoral Phase?

Well, for a number of reasons. First, it gives students a chance to become a significant part of the academic community by making their contributions, it provides ample awareness and helps create recognition for their work. Additionally, it also gives them the opportunity to work in an interdisciplinary community who are more than glad to give their feedback from peers and reviews as well as from experienced senior scientists. Submitting papers online in the doctoral phase also allows students to have exceptional and diverse exposure from cultures and areas of study from around the globe.

Macrothink- Strong Sense Of Responsibility-Serious Publisher

Macrothink Institute came in to existence after realizing some common flaws in the traditional journals like high costs and very limited exposure. From then onwards, they started their online journal, which are not only cost effective but also provides great exposure to scholarly researchers from around the world. In addition, there was a need to adapt a way for publishing journals to stay up to date with the trends of the digital age. This depicts serious dedication on Macrothink's behalf that they came up with a convenient and easy solution.

A comparatively new player in the online scholarly journal publishers, Macrothink Institute has stayed on the top since its inception. Recognizing the need for a simple solution, the publisher also minimized its administrative system. Parallel to these efforts, the online presence also allows Macrothink to bring in work from a wide range of cultures and research areas.

All these efforts show that Macrothink Institute is a serious publisher, with a purely supportive approach rather than concentrating on profits. All journals and research studies published on Macrothink's website are open to all readers who have access to the internet, no subscription, or payments means a great opportunity for scholarly researchers to establish their name in the academic community.

Media Contact: Evan Ballmer, Macrothink Institute, +1-702-953-1852, [email protected]

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