All Press Releases for November 22, 2013

Canadian Center of Science and Education: Motivating Graduate Students Towards Open Access World

Encouraging emerging new trends, the Canadian Center of Science and Education, prompts graduate students into joining Open Access World and become better academics.

    TORONTO, ON, November 22, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- A private organization in Toronto, Canada, the Canadian Center of Science and Education (Linkedin) has been working non-stop since the time of its conception in 2006, to better the academic world of research publication. Working for teachers, researchers and students alike, their idea is to give people a platform where they have open access to not only publishing their research work, but also read others.

It works in collaboration with other foundations, institutions, enterprises and community organizers to ensure the distribution of support and promotional programs like educational programs, international education projects, financial support and scientific research publication.

Canadian Center of Science and Education has utmost respect for research based projects which is why it pays such strong attention to the publication of every scientific material. Their scholarly journals feature a wide range of academic subjects like biological and medical sciences, education, economics, natural sciences, humanities, social sciences and management. The best part is that these original research journals are available for audiences worldwide.

The Current Status of Scholarly Research Publications

When it comes to open access of scholarly research publications, there is a divided view all over the world. While some encourage this practice, others seem to be very against the whole idea. The reason why proponents support open access publishing is that it would allow developing countries to be able to go through the latest research journals. Libraries would not need to subscribe to every scientific journal and can simply make access through the internet easy, which is more convenient and free. It will also maximize the impact a researcher wants to create, as more and more people will be accessing his research paper.

Those who do not favor open access are those who fear legal harassment, identity theft and even false claims over research publication. But the current status around the world shows that there is a rapid rise in the demand and publication of open access journals. Of course, the internet has not only made this possible and easy but also absolutely free.

Open Access: A Step into Academic World for Graduate Students

Canadian Center of Science and Education is a private publishing company working in close association with the public sector, which is why they realize the worth and importance of open access world. They encourage all graduate students to become involved in research and publication as by doing so, they gain entry into the world of academics. They write a research paper and try to get it published, which allows them to understand the delicacies and demands of an academic life. By starting early they become prepared for the upcoming educational careers they might want to pursue.

How CCSE Shows Enthusiasm

Canadian Center of Science and Education are enthusiastic about public welfare undertaking, which is why they understand the need for open access world;they believe that education and knowledge should be easy to gain for everyone. This is the reason why they encourage graduate students to become a part of the academic research society by publishing their own research papers. They would then publish it on their open access online journals that will be viewable to people all over the world.

CCSE are a rigorous and serious publisher who does not distinguish their students, teachers and researchers. They want people from all over the world to be able to lay hands on scientific research journals and that is why they work really hard in making this dream come true.

# # #

Contact Information

Evan Ballmer
Canadian Center of Science and Education
Toronto, Ontario
Voice: 416-642-2606
E-Mail: Email Us Here

Follow Us: