This guide to authors helps you to prepare and publish your content. The guide makes it easy for you to know your publishing options, know the format in which to prepare your content and to understand issues related to your rights, plagiarism and other ethics issues related to research.

The process for publishing with Kamagezi is as follows:

1. Select your topic

Selecting a topic

2. Prepare your paper for submission

Download our "Get Published quick guide", which outlines the essential steps in preparing a paper. It is very important that you stick to the specifications in the guide. You can find information about publishing options under Open Access. Issues regarding ethics and rights are covered under authors' rights, ethics and plagiarism. Kamagezi makes your publishing life easier by helping you to organise your papers, citations and references, accessing them in the cloud on any device, wherever you are.

3. Submit and revise

You submit to Kamagezi using our online “Submit your work” button on homepage. Alternatively, if you can submit via email and or WhatsApp attachment. Once submitted, your paper will be considered by the editor and if it passes initial screening, it will be sent for peer review by experts in your field. If deemed unsuitable for publication, the material will be published using the publishing option you selected when submitting your work.

4. Track your submission

You can track the status of your submitted paper online by signing in to your kamagezi account. The system you use to track your submission will be the same system to which you submitted. Use the reference number you received after submission to track your submission.

Read FAQ on how to track your paper in EES or Evise

5. Track your accepted article

Once your paper is accepted for publication, you will receive a reference number and a direct link that lets you to follow its publication status via kamagezi’s Track your accepted article service.

However, even without a notification you can track the status of your article by entering your article reference number and corresponding author surname in Track your accepted article.

Read more about Track your accepted article

Make sure you complete the copyright form and select a licence if you have chosen to publish

open access. A proof of your paper will be sent to you for checking and marking corrections.  After it is assigned to an issue, your final paper is made available on

Read more about proofing and licensing

6. Sharing and promoting your article

Now that your article is published, you can promote it to make a bigger impact with your research. Sharing research, accomplishments and ambitions with a wider audience makes you more visible in your field. This helps you get cited more, enabling you to cultivate a stronger reputation, promote your research and move forward in your career.