Below you can find a list of additional websites offering resources for librarians and researchers.

AuthorAID: AuthorAID is a free international research community. AuthorAID helps researchers in developing countries to publish and otherwise communicate their work. It also serves as a wider global forum to discuss and disseminate research. Through AuthorAID you can access a range of documents and presentations on best practice in writing and publication.
 
BMJ:  Full-text resources providing tools for authors.
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EASE: The EASE Guidelines for Authors and Translators of Scientific Articles to be Published in English provide simple, clear advice aimed at making international scientific communication more efficient. The updated edition is freely available in  more than 20 languages.
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Elsevier  Researcher Academy: The Elsevier Researcher Academy is an entirely free e-learning platform designed to unlock the potential of early and mid-career researchers. Here, you’ll learn how to obtain funding for your research and manage research data. Improve your writing skills and publish a research paper in a journal with a high impact factor. Learn how to review a paper effectively, and how to respond to reviewer comments. Discover how communicating your work can boost the impact of your research and help you garner citations.
Equator Network: The Library for health research reporting provides an up-to-date collection of guidelines and policy documents related to health research reporting. These are aimed mainly at authors of research articles, journal editors, peer reviewers and reporting guideline developers.
Instructions to Authors in the Health Sciences: Links to websites that provide instructions to authors for over 6,000 journals in the health and life sciences.
Wiley-Blackwell Author Services: Documents to assist authors in preparing and submitting publications.

 

For more resources, visit Research4Life Authorship Skills/Web Bibliography