African Researchers Magazine Publication

AR Magazine Call for Submissions and Papers 2021
AR Magazine Call for Submissions and Papers 2021

The magazine publish both Peer-reviewed (AR Research, AR Reviews, AR Short Reports, AR Case Studies, AR Letters to the Editor, AR Editorials, AR Focus, AR Perspectives and AR Commentaries) and Non peer-reviewed (AR News, AR Stories and AR Interviews) articles.
Peer-reviewed Scholarly Publications

AR Research
also called Full length research (or Original Article, Research Article, Research, or Article), these are scholarly articles that detailes true research works and reporting of original research conducted firsthand with the collection of raw data which contributes a unique result or findings. Its report includes full Introduction and research justification, Methodologies and experimental design used, Results obtained, and Discussion findings and Conclusion sections. They present a primary source of first-class literature An AR Research should contain a maximum of 3,000 words, titles should not exceed 30 words, abstracts should not exceed 300words, maximum of 50 relevant references, unlimited number to figures, tables and supporting media.

AR Reviews
These are scholarly articles that surveys, analyze and summarizes the current state of understanding on a topic by discussing previously published researches. They do not present a new or original research work but expounds on the current myriad of literature in a particular research topic. African Researcher Magazine publishes reviews with significant insights into the advances of any given research interest. An AR Review should contain a maximum of 3,000 words, titles should not exceed 30 words, abstracts should not exceed 300words, maximum of 50 relevant references, no limit to figures and tables.

AR Short Reports
These are scholarly articles that surveys, analyze and summarizes the current state of understanding on a topic by discussing previously published researches. They do not present a new or original research work but expounds on the current myriad of literature in a particular research topic. African Researcher Magazine publishes reviews with significant insights into the advances of any given research interest. An AR Review should contain a maximum of 3,000 words, titles should not exceed 30 words, abstracts should not exceed 300words, maximum of 50 relevant references, no limit to figures and tables.

AR Case Studies
These are concise scholarly articles with a pre-defined research methodology, strategy and an empirical investigation of a person, place, event, disease, phenomenon, or other type of subject within its real-life context. It illuminates previously hidden issues or components that can be applied to practice, and/or provide a means for understanding an important research problem with greater clarity. An AR Case Study should contain a maximum of 1,500 words, titles should not exceed 20 words, abstracts should not exceed 50words, maximum of 15 relevant references, maximum of 5 figures and tables.

AR Letters to the Editor
These are short scholarly letters sent to a publication about issues of concern from its readers which are usually open post-publication reviews of an article, often of critical interest. These letters may respond by supporting or opposing a stance taken by an editorial or comment on a current issue being debated in an editorial or correcting a perceived error or misrepresentation. Letters to the editor can be written any time to shape public opinion, tell other researchers how you feel about a research, methodology, findings or just to inform the public on a certain issue. An AR Letters to the Editor should contain a maximum of 1,000 words, titles should not exceed 20 words, no abstracts and a maximum of 5 relevant references.

AR Editorials
These are brief open discus in the form of a review that focus on a scholarly issue of significant importance to the research community. They are short written publications without media that expounds on specific issues of interest. African Researcher Magazine publishes editorials with on significant insights into the advances of any given interest. An AR Editorial should contain a maximum of 1,500 words, titles should not exceed 25 words, no abstracts, maximum of 5 relevant references, no figures and tables. However, photograph of the author might be included.

AR Focus
These are timely, succinct topical scholarly information around important issues which spotlight new or controversial developments in a specific research area such as research findings, observations and case reports. An AR Focus should contain a maximum of 1,500 words, titles should not exceed 10 words, abstracts should not exceed 30 words, maximum of 5 relevant references, a single figure and/or table. Photograph of the author might be included.

AR Perspectives
These are scholarly articles which express a personal opinion or a new perspective about existing research on a particular topic. Perspectives present a new and unique viewpoint on existing problems, fundamental concepts, or prevalent notions on a specific topic, propose, support or oppose a new hypothesis, or discuss the implications of a newly implemented innovation. An AR Perspective should contain a maximum of 2,000 words, titles should not exceed 20words, abstracts should not exceed 50 words, maximum of 15 relevant references, a maximum of 2 figure and/or table. Photograph of the author might be included.

AR Commentaries
Commentaries are scholarly articles that draw attention to or present criticism or an alternative viewpoint on a previously published article, by presenting an in-depth analysis its relevance, methodology or findings in an objective manner. An AR Commentaries should contain a maximum of 2,000 words, titles should not exceed 20words, abstracts should not exceed 50 words, maximum of 25 relevant references, a maximum of 2 figure and/or table. Photograph of the author might be included.
Non Peer-reviewed Publications

AR News
African Researchers Magazine serves as a prime source for the timely notification of African scholarly communities on the latest research news, recently published research articles, research grants and funding, research collaborations, research jobs, journal call for papers and events (such as conferences, awards etc). With the current increase in international competition and collaboration between African research communities and, among African researchers’ growing need for outstanding research discoveries, it has never been more important for African researchers, communities, scholars and the public to keep abreast with the latest developments in African research fields. African Researchers Magazine is the first true high-quality print and online African research magazine, dedicated to providing such coverage.

AR Stories
African Researchers Magazine serves as a classic platform for research related storylines. AR publishes compelling research stories which contains in-depth authoritative information from African researchers at home or in diaspora. It focuses on telling the narrative of a process, the significance of a research to others, and/or the researcher’s personal engagement with the research. AR Magazine features research stories that are creatively written and newsworthy with a strong research interest and focus on expounding and illustrating a complex research related article in an engaging narrative that is understandable and interesting to a non-expert and the general public.

AR Interviews
African Researchers Magazine provides an interactive platform for African researchers. These interactions avails in various forms including video interviews. These are brief open discussions that focus on a scholarly issue of significant importance to the research community, video commentaries that draw attention a research method or findings, dialogues that expounds on research development, monologues that throw lights into a researcher’s own research work, video documentaries of a research method or procedure etc.