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Questions concerning computer code written or used in the context of a research project or other academic endeavour (including questions on licensing, ownership, sharing, distribution, and formatting …
Queries pertaining to the process of determining suitable grades for coursework. This tag is NOT appropriate for queries about interpreting or improving grades.
Questions concerning the use of graduate students as course instructors, usually under the supervision of a faculty member.
On identifying, evaluating suitability, or sharing a topic or focused direction for research.
Question about academic salary. A salary is a fixed regular payment made by an employer to an employee.
On words that have a meaning, usage, or similar specific to academia.
On changing from one discipline, sub-discipline, or department to another during one's education, or mid-career.
Concerning how to format content in academic writing.
Questions concerning publication over the internet, including online preprint services, electronic journals, white papers, etc.
Questions on rejecting or being rejected, as relates to a manuscript, graduate school application, dissertation, or other academic endeavor.
On the open-access publishing model, in which journal articles or other academic works are made available to readers free of charge.
Questions in relation to students who are non-national to the country or location of academic institution they may be studying in.
Questions regarding making manuscripts available prior to their publication in a peer-reviewed source.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers publishes around 30% of the world literature in the electrical and electronics engineering and computer science fields.
On errors found after submission or publication in a book, paper, thesis, or other document, and erratum (written notice of errors and corrections) for them.
For questions about whether a piece of work is sufficient in significance, novelty, credibility, or scope to be publishable in an academic journal or conference.
A student or trainee who works, sometimes without pay, in order to gain work experience or satisfy requirements for a qualification.
Bibliometrics is a set of methods to quantitatively analyze scientific and technological literature.
Self-plagiarism is the unethical reuse or republication of one's own work.
Questions about evaluating the current state of research on a topic by searching published material.
On the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) test, a standardized exam that is required for admissions to many graduate schools in the United States.
On acknowledging an individual, agency, or institution that contributed funding, criticism, encouragement, or other support to a thesis or manuscript.
Questions concerning the language (e.g., English, French, German, Chinese) of academic publications, presentations, transcripts, or other documents. For questions on style, use 'writing-style' instead…
On the Grade Point Average (GPA), a numerical measure of a student's performance over a semester or career. This tag may apply to questions on calculating the GPA, or on the impact of GPA on graduate …
Questions about leaving an academic position. This could apply to quitting an educational program, such as a doctoral program, or quitting a faculty position.
On emotional issues such as guilt, discouragement, jealousy, anxiety or feelings of inadequacy affecting academics and researchers.
Regarding the appropriate titles or post-nominal letters to use, given an individual's academic status.
General questions on higher education.
[journal-workflow] concerns the workflow within journals after submission of a manuscript until its acceptance or rejection. Please click on “info” before asking a question.
Questions about finding specific papers, books, etc. pertaining to a topic. This includes the use of online databases such as Google Scholar or PubMed to find relevant articles.
Questions related to taking courses over the internet or other electronic distance-based coursework.
Questions relating to websites. A website is a location connected to the Internet that maintains one or more web pages.
Questions pertaining to academic resources found on the World Wide Web
for questions on academia specifically applicable to students, researchers, and faculty in scientific disciplines.
Regarding the duties, employment and work of research assistants.
An affiliation is a contractual connection between an academic institution an a student or an employee.