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As we live in the digital era of the 21 st century, the world is moving to new methods from traditional and conventional theories via research. Our lives have been digitalised and nowadays we are almost unable to put things together without a proper internet connection. Internet has become the knowledge hub and everything is available there.

In this modern world, it is very easy to do research but very difficult to publish it in a journal. Publishing a scholarly article brings benefits to both authors and readers. Authors can impart their knowledge gathered via research, and readers can grab knowledge on a particular area to plan and support their research. Therefore, publishing a research article in a journal is very important. 

When selecting a journal to publish a paper, the author must be concerned about the audience. The published paper should reach an ample number of readers to receive more citations. Having more citations brings vital importance for a scholar and help advance in research or academic careers. To reach a greater number of readers, publishing in an open-access journal would be helpful. Articles in open-access journals are easily available and anyone can access. 

KnowEx Online is a journal collection launched to cater to the open-access publishing needs of authors. We are proud to announce that we are welcoming scholarly articles from scholars in different fields of studies, and currently KnowEx offers three major journals, covering Management, Food and Agriculture and Social Sciences. 

KnowEx Management is a peer-reviewed journal that caters to research papers in the Management discipline. It welcomes both quantitative and qualitative studies on different aspects of Management. 

KnowEx Food and Agriculture is committed to disseminate research outcomes in the field of Food and Agriculture. It welcomes articles covering new insights in to crop and livestock fields. KnowEx Social Sciences publishes manuscripts in diverse areas under social sciences. 

KnowEx Online is committed to establishing a sound research culture, mainly in Asia, and follows a double-blind peer-reviewing process and COPE’s guidelines to ensure the quality of publications. Publishing scholarly articles in KnowEx Online could be a good starting point for researchers and scholars. 

If interested, contact Yasodara Pemaratna on 0716087122 or access www.knowexonline.com for more information.


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