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The quality and stature of ANR publications, videos, and other educational materials is enhanced through ANR's technical peer review process. Once peer reviewed and produced, ANR educational materials are assigned reference numbers, produced by Communication Services, included in the online ANR Catalog, warehoused, and marketed and distributed throughout California and the world or published electronically to the Web.
- What's the difference between plagiarism and copyright infringement, and how can I avoid them?
- Who are the Associate Editors for UC ANR Communication Services, and what do they do?
- What kind of publications can I publish through ANR Communication Services?
- How do I get my English-language publication manuscript translated into Spanish?
- What should I do if I want to publish through UC ANR Communication Services?
- How does peer review work for ANR videos?
- What do peer reviewers look for in an ANR manuscript?
- How do I order a complimentary copy of a publication?
- What are the benefits of publishing through ANR Communication Services?
- Do I need to request permission to use a photo, drawing, graph, or other material that was previously published somewhere else, including on a Web site?
- What are the Guidelines for Authors of ANR Communication Services publications?
- How can I get finished illustrations for an ANR Publication?
- What type of material is NOT peer-reviewed?
- Can I have a book-length publication produced through ANR?
- How do I get permission to use a non-UC photo, drawing, table, or other material in my publication?
- How do I submit photographs for an ANR publication?
- How can I get photographs for use in an ANR publication?
- Why do you still print publications? Why don't you put everything on the Web?
- What style book should I follow when writing an ANR Publication?