Interested in contributing to African Researchers Magazine?
Thank you for your interest in contributing to the publication of African Researchers Magazine (ARM). ARM is an academic research magazine. Thus, contributions must be in the form of academic or scholarly materials. They must be factual, sound, and objective.
You may contribute in the following ways:
- ARM Authors: these are faculty members, researchers, or scholars who contribute to ARM publication by writing ARM Articles. They are usually academics in a university or researchers working in a research institute. A postgraduate student with at least one (1) journal publication can also be an ARM author.
- ARM Reviewers: these are faculty members, researchers, or scholars who contribute to ARM publication by reviewing submitted contributions. They evaluate article submissions, based on predefined criteria such as; quality, originality, objectiveness, completeness, and accuracy. They provide feedback on contributions, suggest improvements, and make recommendations to the editor whether to accept, reject or request changes to the contribution.
- ARM Sourcers: these are scholars (graduate and postgraduate students) who contribute to ARM publication by sourcing for, and pointing ARM Editors to interesting stories, breaking news and updates, new scholarly publications, etc. worth featuring on ARM.
On creating your account, one of our admins will rigorously verify your submitted details. Your application status will be communicated to you upon verification via email. ARM contributors are well appreciated and acknowledged. We also award hardworking contributors during the annual AR Conference or other Events. We look forward to working with you!