Submitted papers should contains the original materials. Papers must be submitted on the understanding that they have not been published elsewhere and are not currently under consideration by any other publisher. Submissions that violate these requirements will be rejected without review. The following information should be included:
1. Format: the manuscripts must be of excellent quality and are well formatted, must contain title, abstract, key words.
2. Title: the title should accurately express the content of the manuscript and can attract readers' interest.
3. Authorship Information: full author names, full institutional mailing addresses, Email addresses.
4. Abstract: The manuscript should contain an abstract. The abstract should be self-contained and not exceed 300 words, it generally should include the main research contents, conclusions, contributions and significance.
5. Key words: please include 4-10 key words or phrases for indexing.
6. Notes: Notes should be marked with serial numberand and re-started on each page.
7. References: Reference should be listed at the end of the manuscript and numbered in order of citation in the text, including citations in tables and figure legends. A complete reference should contain the name(s) of the author(s) , the title of the article, the name of the book, the publisher, year, page. Authors are entirely responsible for the accuracy of cited references including the formatting.
The contributions of the following types are welcomed:
1. New articles: These articles must have completely new research that proves to be a major contribution to the field of science. The subject area dealt with in the article should not have been published before. Substantial evidences backing the research work, findings and methodology can be present.
2. Research articles: Must contain new research works.
3. Case reports: must contain a detailed synopsis of diseases, their causes, occurrences in major parts of the world etc.
4. Various other forms of articles include mini-reviews, commentaries, Debates, editorials, hypotheses and software articles, etc.
Please submit your manuscript online , or send it to :firstname.lastname@example.org
Encyclopeadic strictly follows the rules and regulations of publication ethics, plagiarism is a clear violation of Encyclopeadic Publications Policy. Whether intentional or not, plagiarism is a serious violation of copyright law, punishable by statute.
The following are considered plagiarism by Encyclopeadic:
1. verbatim copying, near-verbatim copying, or intentionally paraphrasing portions of another's work;
2. copying elements of another's work, such as equations, tables, charts, illustrations, presentation, or photographs that are not common knowledge, or copying or intentionally paraphrasing sentences without proper or complete source citation;
3. verbatim copying of portions of another's work with incorrect source citation and/or not citing the source correctly.
Please note that whether a prior Work has been formally published is not a factor in determining plagiarism; a Work not formally published may be plagiarized. This includes content provided online in preprints, tutorials, manuals, and essays, as well as offline content in any form. The representation of any other person's material as one's own Work is plagiarism.
In addition to Plagiarism, self-plagiarism is a serious violation of Encyclopeadic Publications Policy. Self-plagiarism occurs when an author utilizes large part of his/her own previously published work without using appropriate references which is also not encouraged by Encyclopeadic.
Note that self-plagiarism does not apply to publications based on the author's own previously published work (e.g., appearing in a journal or conference proceedings) if an explicit and appropriate reference is made to that prior publication. Such reuse does not require quotation marks to delineate the reused material but does require that the source be appropriately cited.
Encyclopeadic follows plagiarism policy very strictly. Any matters of Plagiarism will be taken very seriously, even after the publication if there is any sight of misconduct the article will be removed immediately. In plagiarism can author(s) reuse someone else’s published research work and claim it as their own or author(s) copy his/her own previously published work either full or in part without providing appropriate reference(Self Plagiarism ). Every manuscript submitted for publication is checked for plagiarism after submission by editorial staff .
Peer review is an important part of scientific publishing to ganrantee the quality of academic journals . In this process, experts in the relevant fields, analyze the scholarly work from every perception, including its writing, the accuracy of its technical content, its documentation, and its impact on and implication to the discipline. Reviewers play a pivotal role in scholarly publishing, and their valuable opinions certify the quality of the article under thoughtfulness. Peer review helps to approve research, establishing a standard for evaluation within research communities.
To maintain a high-quality publication, all manuscripts submitted to Encyclopeaidc will undergo extensive peer review ,the manuscript will be reviewed by editors who will runs a plagiarism check and screens the manuscript to decide whether or not it should be sent for peer review. If accepted, the manuscript will be assigned to reviewers. The author will receive detailed feedback on the manuscript from the editors and reviewers. Following is the editorial workflow that all submitted manuscripts undergo.
Please refer to https://publicationethics.org/guidance/Guidelines for more details of publishing ethics. Encyclopeadic adheres to (COPE).
Authors should be aware of a potential conflict of interest . Please read the following link for details:http://www.icmje.org/recommendations/browse/roles-and-responsibilities/author-responsibilities--conflicts-of-interest.html