Frequently Asked Questions
What journals does JScholar publish and what types of articles do they contain?
JScholar publishes a range of scientific, technical and medical journals. Follow the link for List of Journals
How can I submit my article to a JScholar open access journal?
To submit follow: http://www.jscholaronline.org/submit-manuscript/
Would I be able to save a submission and come back to finish it later?
No, this method is not acceptable. An article need to be submitted after completion and primed for processing.
Can I submit a manuscript that was published elsewhere?
No. Manuscript must be unique and should not be published elsewhere.
Preliminary data showing up in my paper was produced in a scientific poster. Does JScholar acknowledge this to be prior publication?
No, we do not think about publication of data in a scientific poster to constitute prior publication.
Is there any page limit for writing manuscripts?
There is no page limit for regular or special issue manuscripts but there is a three page limit for editorials.
Are JScholar journals peer reviewed?
Yes. All our journals are peer reviewed and all submissions are liable to peer review by qualified experts.
What is the duration for publishing an article?
The duration for publishing an article is 28 days.
How can I track the current status of an accepted article?
You can track the status by logging into the Tracking System by user Id and password, provided at the time of article submission.
What article types are accepted under NIH public access policy?
The NIH Policy applies to all peer-reviewed journal manuscripts. The Policy does not apply to review articles, non-peer-reviewed materials such as correspondence, book chapters and editorials.
OPEN ACCESS POLICY FOR AUTHORS
What policies an author should abide for publish through JScholar Open Access?
Authors agree to have their paper freely available online and will be asked to sign an open access license agreement.
Do you allow the re-use of your data?
Yes, however the information provided by the JScholar service is not available for commercial re-use.
We have chosen to implement the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial license for articles published. Users of articles published are entitled to use, reproduce, disseminate, or display these articles provided that?
- The original authorship is properly and fully attributed
- The journal and publisher are attributed as the original place of publication with correct citation details given
- If an original work is subsequently reproduced or disseminated not in its entirety but only in part or as a derivative work this is clearly indicated
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