For releasing Open Research:
Call for Research on a specific topic is issued by any of the constitutional bodies of Open Constitution.
Read more detailed Research Guidelines of drafting an abstract documentation, in response to the Call for Open Research.
LOGIN to the dashboard of the CouncilPost by clicking on the button ‘'Contribute’'.
The Universal Login will guide you through the login. If you are a new user, you must sign up, using the CLA process of the network.
CLA Contributor License Agreement is a voluntary agreement with the Open Constitution network, to publish and release research findings on the network service, using the network’s open source license.
ADD NEW POST: Visit the Dashboard and click on Posts on the left side, Add New Post.
A screen opens where you can add content. The screen flow guides the contributors and writers to add different types of content, embed pictures and videos, and any other type of content.
The draft should adhere to the guidelines of research and epistemological justice to the research, as mentioned here.
Add the article draft to the portal to release the draft of research and content for review:
Add the following information to the post:
Categories and Tags based on the subject of the article. This can be done in the banner on the right side of the screen under Post.
Add a featured image. ( Please see Image and Picture guidelines)
Add the meta description and focus keyphrase in the bar underneath the post.
Once the article is for review, engage with members for peer reviews. Share the draft with members in appropriate forums: based on the category of the research in Project Forums maintained for the discussion on the topic.
GET A PEER REVIEW: COUNCILPOST is a peer-reviewed journal.
Propose an appropriate Editorial Committee (generally Project C.W.C) member to peer review the Article Draft.
Generally, Call for Research mentions the editor(s) body for the research exercise.
Please ensure the focus and manner of research should comply with the Open Research guidelines.
EDITORIAL REVIEW: Editorial Committee members provide an editorial review.
PUBLISHED: Based on the editorial review, if the draft is ready, the editor will set off publishing the article.
You are all set, and your article is pushed to the Foundation channels through the machine.
If the article receives significant community engagement, it may also be promoted on the Foundation's broadcasting channels.
If you would like to run a public discussion on the published research article, the published article gets converted into Topics on the Discourse platform of the Foundation.
You can use this forum for engagement with General Public.