Author Guidelines

Online Submission System
Publishing your research article in a Macaw Publications is simple and efficient. Macaw Publications use online submission system: 
http://macawpublications.com/ems/submit_manuscript.php

Manuscript Template
Please  click here to download the template to format your manuscript.

Manuscript Checklist
Please click here to download the Checklist to examine your manuscript.

Manuscript Preparation
Manuscript length should be 6 to 18 pages. Macaw Publications can exceptionally accept shorter or longer manuscripts, provided that the scientific content is of high value. No additional page charges are required if a manuscript is substantially longer than 17 pages. All submitted manuscripts must include the following items:

Please download the template to format your manuscript.
    Title
    List of authors, their affiliations and email addresses
    Abstract
    Introduction
    Main body
    Results and discussion
    Conclusions
    Acknowledgments (optional)
    References

Please download the checklist to examine your manuscript.

Title - Make sure that the title is specific and concise. Titles should be presented in title case - all words except the first word should be in lower case letters.

List of authors, their affiliations and email addresses - Provide the full names and affiliations of all the authors. Affiliations should include department, university or organization, city, and country. One of the authors should be designated as the corresponding author, and their email address needs to be included.

Abstract - The abstract should briefly introduce the manuscript, not exceeding 400 words. No citations should be included in the abstract.
Keywords - At least 3 keywords or phrases should be included and must be separated by commas to distinguish them.

Introduction - The introduction section should provide a context for your manuscript. When preparing the introduction, please bear in mind that some readers will not be experts in your field of research.

Main body - the main body part should include the main proposed ideas, results and discussions.

Conclusions - A conclusion is where you summarize the paper's findings and generalize their importance, discuss ambiguous data, and recommend further research. An effective conclusion should provide closure for a paper, leaving the reader feeling satisfied that the concepts have been fully explained.

Acknowledgments - You as the author are free to decide whether to include acknowledgments or not. Usually, the acknowledgments section includes the names of people who in some way contributed to the work, but do not fit the criteria to be listed as the authors. This section of your manuscript can also include information about funding sources.

References- Macaw Publications uses the numbered citation method for reference formatting, with sequential numbering in the text, and respective ordering in a list at the end of the paper.
The list should contain at least ten references and should be arranged in the order of citation in text. List only one reference per reference number. In the text, each reference number should be enclosed by square brackets. Citations of references may be given simply as "in [1] ...", or as "in reference [1] ...". Similarly, it is not necessary to mention the authors of a reference, unless the mention is relevant to the text.
Multiple citations within a single set of brackets should be separated by commas. Where there are three or more sequential citations, they should be given as a range [2, 7-9, 13].

Word Processing Formats
Before submission, please ensure that your articles are in the form of Microsoft word 2000/2003(doc) or Microsoft word 2007/2010(docx). These two forms of the articles are acceptable for all of Macaw Publicationsin order to typeset the articles into Macaw Publications style.

Publication Presentation
After publishing in Macaw Publications, your article will be presented in the form of PDF and HTML. You can pay attention to Macaw Publications website to check the Online Version of your article.

Journal Article Workflow
Be familiar with the process of article publishing, and then you can know exactly where your article is in the whole publication process, such as Article Reviewed, Article Accepted an Article Published. Check your article status here.

 

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