Posted Tue, Sep, 11,2012
Libertas frequently receives positive feedback from authors publishing in our journals. We ask authors to provide their feedback on the publishing process to assess our performance and offer potential authors an insight into what it’s like working with us.
Testimonials are usually journal specific but often address broader subjects like article visibility and processing speed.
Here are three of the most recent testimonials:
Dr Tobias Schilling says: “Thanks to your very detailed and specific guidelines for reviewing a submitted manuscript, it was very easy to stick to the reviewing policy of your journal. Thus reviewing was a very structured, lean, and efficient process. I feel honored if I could have contributed to improving the already valuable content. Do not hesitate to involve me in reviewing further manuscripts if you think my expertise could be beneficial for Open Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery.”
Dr Michael Okosa comments "I find Ophthalmology and Eye Diseases very author-friendly. As a first time author publishing in this journal I experienced close attention to authors, prompt and close co-operation in all phases of production of my manuscript encouraging. Your excellent staff simplified a daunting process that often makes authors just give up on publication due to unwarranted and irrational complexities, with close guidance to produce high quality work. "
Dr Amelia Rantosi says "I thank Libertas for the guidance, speed and encouragement they provided from my first submission until publication. I appreciate the patience and support of everyone I communicated with. Your services are user-friendly. I intend to submit more articles to your journals."
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My experience with Libertas Academica was very positive from submission to acceptance. There was excellent feedback throughout and excellent help from editorial office of Clinical Medicine Insights: Therapeutics. The author interface was user-friendly and effective.
All authors are surveyed after their articles are published. Authors are asked to rate their experience in a variety of areas, and their responses help us to monitor our performance. Presented here are their responses in some key areas. No 'poor' or 'very poor' responses were received; these are represented in the 'other' category.See Our Results
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