A study of how manuscripts submitted to the Bibliotecambrosiana manuscript submission website have been handled by the institution has revealed that the paper-review process has been fraught with controversy.
The institute has received more than 30,000 submissions and received over 60,000 manuscripts in the last six months.
According to a spokesperson, the institute has not yet made any changes in the process.
The spokesperson said that it has not made any recommendations on the process as it was already being conducted by the authors and editors of the manuscripts.
“The manuscript submission process will not be altered and we will continue with it as per the prevailing process.
The same process will continue to be followed, including the inclusion of the authors, editors, reviewers, and the manuscript’s reviewers, said the spokesperson.
Bibliotacambrosia, which has been running since 2006, aims to provide quality, open and accessible access to the world’s manuscript libraries.
The website was launched in 2014 to facilitate manuscripts submitted by writers, publishers and scholars for the International Union of Professional Journalists (IUPJ).
The website also includes links to professional journals, collections and collections of libraries and the bibliographic community.
The website provides the option to submit manuscripts to the institution via email, fax, or mail.
The submissions must be submitted within a specified period of time.
The Bibliotechnica Ambrosiana, which also hosts a library of about 1,000 works, received about 50,000 documents in the first six months of 2017.
According to the website, more than 1,400 authors have submitted their manuscripts to Bibliodechos Ambrosiano.
The process of selecting and submitting manuscripts is a complex and lengthy one.
There is no set date or time for submission, but the submission is completed at the institute’s central offices, where the submission fee is charged.
The fee is $5 for papers submitted in English and $15 for papers in Spanish.
The submission is open for a maximum of 12 months.
The National Library of South Africa (NLSA) has also launched a similar website. “
We don’t have a timetable to make any changes, but we will keep you informed,” said the institute spokesperson.
The National Library of South Africa (NLSA) has also launched a similar website.
The site was launched two years ago and it currently has more than 600,000 submitted manuscripts.
The NLSA spokesperson said the site would be “revised in 2018 to provide more information on the manuscript submission”.