In this blog post Adam Warner an experienced freelance writer, specializing in technology and education discusses 5 free online plagiarism checkers that work in 2021.
New version of tutorial from Indiana University on avoiding plagiarism.
A 28-page guide from the professional association IEEE. Among topics addressed: ethics in scientific publication, deciding whether to present at a conference or write a journal article, identifying conferences and journals suitable for one’s work, developing a manuscript, revising, and peer review. Interactive, with links to other resources.
Website of "an international initiative that seeks to improve reliability and value of medical research literature by promoting transparent and accurate reporting of research studies". (EQUATOR stands for Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research.) Available in English and in Spanish. Includes a library of guidelines for reporting research; resources for authors, editors, and peer reviewers; resources for developers of guidelines; and a newsletter in English, French, German, and Spanish.
Resources for authors, scholarly publishers, libraries, and others. Includes a grid listing main subject areas of interest of member presses. Also includes a set of FAQs on permissions and copyright.
Video blog post by prominent medical editor George Lundberg. Emphasizes the need to avoid plagiarism and identifies some tools for detecting plagiarism.
Guidelines on who should be listed as an author, how the order of authors can be determined, and related items.