To better serve our scholarly community researchers, librarians, and others, JURNAL SCIENTIA ensures that publication record quality is a critical component of information dissemination. Recognizing a published article as a finished "Print of Paper" presupposes that it is correct, complete, and quotable. The manager describes this Document Version as the original paper for open access journals.

It is assumed that manuscripts focus on the work, based on factual assumptions. However, occasionally evidence will contradict this. In some instances, Jurnal Scientia advises the Committee on Reporting Ethics with mistakes, retractions, and expressions of view.

Corrections

Errors can be found in published papers that involve the publication of a correction in the form of a corrigendum or erratum. Since articles can be read and cited as soon as they are written, any future updates will affect anybody who reads and cites the earlier version technically. JURNAL SCIENTIA allows authors the right to verify the paper's evidence before printing to ensure the credibility of the contents. Publishing an erratum or corrigendum increases the chance that readers can find out about the change, which also discusses the nature of the change.

JURNAL SCIENTIA allows authors the right to verify the paper's evidence before printing to ensure the credibility of the contents. Publishing an erratum or corrigendum increases the chance that readers can find out about the change, which also discusses the nature of the change.

Expressions of Concern

Where there is considerable doubt as to the validity or reliability of a text sent or written, it is the responsibility of the Editor in Chief to ensure that the matter is handled correctly, usually by the writers' supporting organization. Usually, the Editor in Chief is not responsible for initiating the investigation or reaching a decision. The Editor in Chief should be promptly informed of the position of the sponsoring agency, and if a false paper is found to have been written, a retraction printed. Alternatively, the Editor in Chief may opt to state concern regarding the actions or credibility aspects of the work.

Article withdrawal

The subsequent author may withdraw the articles to publication before acceptance. If approved, it should only be used for items in the press that represent early copies of papers and often contain errors, or it may have mistakenly been submitted twice. Occasionally, though less commonly, the publications can constitute infringements of legal, ethical standards, such as multiple entries, false declarations of authorship, plagiarism, illegal data usage, or the like. Press articles (items approved for publication but not formally published and will not yet have the full volume/issue/page information) which contain errors or are found to be accidental duplicates of other published articles(s) Or are likely to break our journal's rules on ethics reporting from the editors' point of view (such as multiple entries, false declarations of authorship, plagiarism, illegal use of data or the like), possibly 'removed' JURNAL SCIENTIA. It was not possible to delete publications that were written under an issue.

Article retraction

Violations of legal, ethical standards, such as multiple entries, false authorship statements, plagiarism, illegal use of evidence, or the like. Occasionally a retraction is used in the submission or publication to correct mistakes. An unusual characteristic in the academic world has long been the retraction of an essay by its authors or the editor on the recommendation of members of the scholarly community. Several libraries and research bodies have established guidelines for dealing with retractions, and the manager adopts this best practice for retraction of the article:

  • A retraction notice entitled "Retraction: [article title]" signed by the writers and the editor is written in the paginated section of the journal's related issue and included in the list of contents.
  • A link to the original article is rendered in the electronic edition.
  • A screen that contains the retraction notice precedes the online post. The relation resolves to this screen; the reader is then able to continue to the item itself.
  • The original article is retained unchanged save for a watermark on the .pdf indicating on each page that it is “retracted.”
  • The HTML version of the document is removed.

Article removal: legal limitations

In a minimal number of cases, it would be necessary to uninstall an item from the web archive. This will only occur if the thing is defamatory or infringes other people's constitutional rights, or if the item is the subject of a court order, or whether we have fair grounds to think it is, or if the article may pose a serious health threat if applied. Although the metadata (Title and Authors) will be preserved in some instances, the document will be replaced with a screen showing that the article has been deleted for legal purposes.

Article replacement

In situations where the report may pose a serious health risk if it is relied upon, the authors of the original article will decide to remove the inaccurate original and substitute it with a revised edition. In all cases, the retraction protocols will be followed, with the exception that a link to the revised re-published report and a paper summary will be included in the archive retraction note.