The editorial board accepts scientific articles in Ukrainian and English which correspond to the profile of the collection, written specifically for it (original) and accordingly designed.
The author must confirm that the article submitted to the collection has not previously been published and has not been submitted for publication in other editions.
By submitting the article to the collection, the author agrees to distribute it in a printed and electronic way and does not object to the disclosure of information about himself (surname, first name, patronymic, degree, academic rank, place of work and position, e-mail and personal scientific identifiers ).
All articles accepted for review by the editorial board of the collection are checked for the uniqueness of the text (the software of Advego Plagiatus) and are reviewed for their compliance with the profile of the publication and the requirements for scientific articles. The uniqueness of the content of the article text (without titles, annotations and list of used literature) should be at least 90%. Entries rejected by the editorial board and reviewers may be returned to the authors for revision (upon request).
The recommended article volume is 12-24 pages or up to 20-40 thousand characters with spaces.
Article headings are Ukrainian, English.
Review article procedure
All articles submitted to the editorial board are subject to mandatory review in the following order:
- The sent text is checked by the editorial secretary for the subject of compliance with the subject matter of the collection and general requirements for registration. In case of inconsistency of the topic and / or article presented with the issue of the collection, the article is returned to the author with relevant comments. If the author decides to fix these shortcomings, he may submit the article a second time.
- The text of the article is checked for plagiarism (using the software Advego Plagiatus). The uniqueness of the content of the article text (without titles, annotations and list of used literature) should be not less than 90%. In case of exceeding this limit, the article is returned to the author without the possibility of its repeated submission to the editorial board.
- If the text of the article has successfully passed the test of plagiarism, the editorship passes the article to the reviewer to prepare an expert opinion on the expediency of publishing the submitted material in the collection. In this case, the reviewer does not have information about the author of the article, and the author does not receive information about the reviewer (the editorial board adheres to the principle of double blind review). The review form can be found here.
- The reviewer evaluates (on a 10-point scale): relevance, scientific and practical significance, originality of the ideas outlined, adequacy of the methodical research tools and general design of the material outlined. If, according to a certain criterion, the reviewer gives an assessment less than 5 points, he should comment on such a decision. If the overall score of the reviewer is less than 30 points, the editorial disclaims the material provided by the author. If the reviewer’s rating varies within 30-60 points, the editorial board informs the author of the comments and comments made by the reviewer, as well as the final decision on publication of the article. The author may be asked to refine the text and re-submit the article to the editor. It should be borne in mind that in the event of a substantial improvement of the material, the article may be re-reviewed. If the reviewer gives a positive assessment of the submitted material, the article is accepted for publication, which the editor informs the author.
Recommended article structure prepared in English
1. Abstract (250 words or 1800 characters). It is necessary to define the object, the subject, the purpose and the task of the research in a concise way, to indicate the methods used and the key results of the research. The annotation text should provide the reader with a clear idea of the content of the article and the author’s achievement in the study.
2. Keywords (5-8 words).
3. Introduction (300-500 words or 1500-3500 characters with spaces). The introduction reveals the relevance of the research topic, makes the problem in general form and its connection with the latest research and publications, as well as important scientific and practical tasks (with the obligatory review of literature, which is studied by the author in the context of the topic under study, and references in the text of the literature that was used). The author should distinguish from the general problem the part that he is investigating.
4. Tasks, methods and materials (500-1000 words or 3500-7000 characters with spaces). The author should formulate the goals, objectives of the study, as well as describe the logic of the study with the justification of the chosen scientific methods.
5. Results (up to 1500-3000 words or 9000-18000 characters with spaces), where the author presents the main material of the research conducted with the coverage of the scientific results, gives his comments on their novelty / specificity and importance for further study of the problem under investigation.
6. Conclusions and Discussions (1000-2000 words or 3500-7000 characters with spaces). The author formulates the scientific novelty, the theoretical and practical significance of the research, the prospects for further scientific research (discussions) in this direction.
7. References (list of sources used, which are referenced in the text). References are in the order of reference. It should include only the sources referred to in the text of the article. References to the work of all scholars whose names are mentioned in the text of the article, and sources of statistical data are obligatory. If the resource has a unique identifier DOI (Digital Object Identifier) or another permanent identifier, be sure to include it at the end of the bibliographic description of the source! The style of the design of References – Chicago 15th Edition (Author-Date System). We recommend using the online service http://bibme.org/chicago/ to simplify the Chicago-based References process.
Examples of designing sources for References (by the Chicago standard):
Books and book titles
Smith, John, Jane Doe, and Bob Anderson. The Sample Book. Pittsburgh: BibMe, 2008.
Smith, John. “The First Chapter.” Chap. 1 in The Sample Book. Pittsburgh: BibMe, 2008.
Smith, John. The Sample Book. 2nd ed. Pittsburgh: BibMe, 2008.
Smith, John. The Sample Book. 1920. Reprint, Pittsburgh: BibMe, 2008.
Newspapers and journalistic publications
Smith, John. “Steelers win Super Bowl XLIII.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 2, 2009.
Smith, John. “Steelers win Super Bowl XLIII.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 2, 2009. http://www.post-gazette.com/news/super_bowl_xliii.html (accessed February 21, 2009).
Smith, John, and Jane Doe. “Obama inaugurated as President.” Time, January – February 2009.
Smith, John. “Obama inaugurated as President.” Time, January 21, 2009. http://www.time.com/news/obama_inaugurated.html (accessed February 21, 2009).
Sites and online publications
Smith, John. “Obama inaugurated as President.” CNN.com. http://www.cnn.com/POLITICS/01/21/obama_inaugurated/index.html (accessed February 1, 2009).
Mykhailenko, Olena, Hrebeshkova, Olena, and Todd J. B. Blayone. “Pershyi v Ukraini kolaboratyvnyi konstruktyvistskyi onlain-kurs “Kulturni vymiry ta profesiini stratehii” – rezultat ukrainsko-kanadskoi spivpratsi [The first-ever online creative constructive online course “Cultural Vimiri and Professiona strategii” – the result of the Ukrainian-Canadian spvpratsi].” Osvitni trendy. http://www.edu-trends.info/online-course-kneu-uoit/ (accessed 04.05.2016).
Smith, John. “Studies in pop rocks and Coke.” Weird Science 12 (2009): 78-93.
Smith, John, and Jane Doe. “Studies in pop rocks and Coke.” Weird Science 12 (2009): 78-93.
Smith, John. “Studies in pop rocks and Coke.” Weird Science 12 (2009): 78-93. http://www.weirdscience.org/articles/id=1212 (accessed February 21, 2009).
Smith, John, and Jane Doe. Interview with Bob Anderson. Personal interview. Pittsburgh, February 11, 2009.
Jolie, Angelina. Interview with Steve Kroft. 60 Minutes. CBS, WCBS, February 3, 2009.
Jolie, Angelina. Interview with John Smith. Newsweek, February 3, 2009.
Smith, John. Interview by Bob Anderson. Tape recording. New York City, March 5, 2009.
Lectures, public speeches
Pausch, Randy. “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams.” Lecture, Journeys from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, September 18, 2007.
Pausch, Randy, and Jai Pausch. “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams.” Lecture, Journeys from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, September 18, 2007.
Pausch, Randy. “Character Interactions.” Class lecture, Building Virtual Worlds from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, February 25, 2005.
Smith, John, and Jane Doe. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 8th ed., s.v. “Internet.” Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 2009.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 8th ed., s.v. “Internet.” Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 2009.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 8th ed. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 2009.
Smith, John. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 8th ed., s.v. “Internet.” Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 2009. http://www.britannica.com/articles/id=2533 (accessed February 21, 2009).
Requirements for the design of the author’s original text
- The text editor uses Microsoft Word for typing.
- Acceptable file formats to save the text originals: DOC, DOCX, RTF.
- Paper format – A.4. F
- ont – Times New Roman Cyr. 14.
- Line spacing – 1.5Absec. – 10 mm.
- Page numbering – at the bottom of the page to the right.
- Page layout: left, right, upper, lower – 2 cm
- Drawings, tables, lists, notes, footnotes, formulas and equations, links are made in accordance with paragraphs. 7.5-7.11 DSTU 3008: 2015 “Science and Technology Reports: Structure and Rules of Design”. Figures and spreadsheets are presented immediately after the text in which they were first mentioned or on the next page. The numbering of all graphic objects (figures, tables, formulas) is cross-cut. Each table (figure) should contain a link in the text of the article with the indication of its (its) number!
- Illustrations to articles (charts, graphs, charts) are executed in a black and white gamut using a graphic editor embedded in Microsoft Word. Color illustrations are not welcome.
- Forms are typed in the Microsoft Equation editor (3.0).
To the editorial office is submitted (through the section of the “Submit article” web site):
- The data on the author (s) – in the form of an online application that opens to fill in the application.
- The original document (in DOC, DOCX or RTF format) – download the template (RTF).
- Illustration files (in BMP, PNG, TIF, JPG, GIF formats). )
Terms of payment for publications in the collection
- The fees are not paid for the articles.
- The booklet is issued on the terms of self-compensation.
- The bill for payment is submitted to the author only after the approval of the article by the editorial board on the basis of a positive review of an independent reviewer, the absence of signs of plagiarism and other violations of the author’s principles of academic integrity and the compliance of the text of the article with the prescribed editorial board requirements.
- The author may refuse from the printed author’s exams collection. In this case, the cost of pre-publishing training will be 25 UAH. for the page of the author’s text.
- The cost of the printed copy of the collection, taking into account its pre-publishing preparation and sending to the author, will be UAH 35. for the page of the author’s text.
- The cost may vary as a result of changes in tariffs and other publishing costs, about which the editor informs the author in advance.