Publishing with JURNAL SCIENTIA: step-by-step Learn about the publication process and how to submit your manuscript. This guide will help you find the right journal and optimize publishing potential.

1. Find a journal

Find out which journals may better fit to publish your report. Use the JournalFinder method to balance your paper, then read more about could article.


2. Prepare your paper for submission

Preparing your paper

Read the guide for authors, which you can find on the journal’s homepage. It includes clear legal standards, open access opportunities, copyright licenses, and organization financial mechanisms. It also offers guidance to plan the document, which covers:

  • article structure
  • abstract
  • highlights and keywords
  • accepted formats for artwork, data sources, and video

Don’t let your language get you rejected

Weak English is one of the most famous grounds for denial. You will prevent this by refusing to proofread or rewrite the manuscript. Reach the highest standards with Sean Institute Author Services:

  • Language editing and content facilities guarantee the text is clean of grammatical and orthographic errors within five business days
  • Illustration services provide creative assistance of world-class for your technical study and photographs

Adding research data

As a researcher, you are increasingly empowered to make your analysis data usable, accessible, discoverable, and useable, and often even needed.

As a Sean Institute Writer, you can opt to store your data in a repository such as Mendeley Data when uploading your article to make your dataset independently quotable and link it to your article. You may also opt to write a short, peer-reviewed paper about the results. Your data analysis will be published in Data in Brief, a dedicated, open access publication, which will be indexed, which is related to the original research paper. Make sure to cite details from your study in your post. This means that you receive credit for your work while making your research data available, offering deeper insights to your readers, and promoting their work. Know more.

Data visualizations

By incorporating connections to (external) information sources such as high-resolution image viewers, geospatial maps, and 3D models, you can expand your report with immersive visualizations and provide the meaning. That strengthens your research data and makes it easier for your readers to appreciate your main findings. Know more.

Data statement

Sean InstittuteNewspapers and several others have updates on data sharing. There may be explanations, for example, due to secrecy, that you are reluctant to disclose your study results. In this scenario, you are required to apply a summary of data that will appear next to your report and explain why your dataset is not relevant to your paper—Sean Institute author resources.

Postdoc free access program

We are pleased to provide unrestricted free access to all of our ScienceDirect papers and books for up to 12 months * for scholars who have recently earned their PhDs and currently do not have a research role. This service encourages those who excel in their profession to have access to scientific journals and books. Read more online about the program.


3. Submit and revise

How to submit

You can submit to most Sean Institute journals using an online system. The system you use will depend on the journal.

  • Follow the "Submit Your Paper" link on the homepage of your newspaper. You will be taken to the appropriate device and asked to log in.
  • When you are first using the device, follow the login instructions if you are here, register.
  • When you are in the queue, you will be directed through the process of submission.
  • Upon completion of your submission, you will receive an email with a reference number which you will use to confirm your submission status.
  • If, as a result of the peer review process, you need to submit a revised paper, you will also do this within the submission system.

Peer review

The editor of the journal will make the first decision on your application. If the article is appropriate, the editor may submit your manuscript to one or more reviewers-specialists in your field. The peer-review process serves as a filter to ensure that only good research is written, and increases the consistency of the study submitted for publication by encouraging reviewers to recommend changes. To learn more about peer review, visit the Sean Institute Researcher Academy topic on "Navigating peer review."

Revision

If your paper is not accepted, you will likely be asked to amend it. Taking into account the professional perspectives of the readers and editor, you will have the potential to improve your article. This is a chance to distill an even enhanced edition of your paper, so make the best of the invitation. You'll even be able to respond to customer suggestions and show you've made changes or disagree with the advice. Try to do so with dignity, and be able to justify your views.

Open access: your choice

Choosing an open-access journal is simple: with more than 270 gold open access journals, Sean Institute has a wide selection of titles, including journals that publish specific data, Learning tools, articles on learning analytics and learning methods, alternative article formats (such as videos), and specialized and broad-based journals. If there are specific journals you read that is not fully accessible, you still have options: our more than 1,950 journals are mixed, so you can choose to publish gold open access in them.

If you choose to publish a subscription article, we can still help you meet your grant’s open access requirements. All our journals offer a green free access option, meaning you can post a version of your article in a repository after an embargo so that people can access it freely. See our sharing policy for more information.

Article Transfer Service

The Article Transition Service is structured to ensure cleaner and more effective editorial operations. By forming families of related journals in separate academic fields, Sean Institute facilitates the seamless transfer of articles between journals. This helps editors to find and recommend a more fitting location for a manuscript and ensures writers don't have to go through the hassle of resubmitting, saving time and effort manually. If the move is post-reviewed, prior advice from the referees will travel with the manuscript to ensure the full benefit of the reviewers' inputs, so all parties benefit from the insights already shared.

Share research data

When submitting your article or your article revisions to a Sean Institute journal, Within the submission method, you can find strategies for exchanging your study results with your paper. You may, for example, upload the research data to Mendeley Data, connect to the research data stored in libraries or co-submit an article on data or methods. You should also provide visualizations of interactive data in your post. Check the guide for authors of the journal of your choice to see what solutions they support.

 


4. Track your research

Track your submitted paper

The status of your submitted paper can be tracked online. The system that you use to monitor your progress will be the same system that you applied to. To chart, your submission uses the reference number that you got after submission.


5. Share and promote

Now that your paper has been written, it can be marketed to create a more massive effect on your thesis. Sharing research, successes, and goals with a general public makes you more prominent in your profession. This helps you get more quoted, allowing you to develop a more substantial reputation, support your studies, and advance your career.