Author's Guide

  • In Asian Journal of Instruction, research, review and experimental studies in the field of educational sciences can be published.

  • Scientific and legal responsibilities of all articles belong to their authors.

  • The authors acknowledge that all their copyrights are transferred to the Asian Journal of Instruction.

  • The article evaluation process in the Asian Journal of Instruction is carried out with “double-blind, peer-reviewed” principle.

  • Manuscripts should be sent to online system.

  • The manuscript submitted for publication must be original.

  • The manuscript has not been published previously partly or in full.

  • The manuscript has not been submitted to more than one journal for simultaneous consideration.

  • Manuscripts sent to be published shouldn’t be published or in review elsewhere previously.

  • A single study is not split up into several parts to increase the quantity of submissions and submitted to various journals or to one journal over time.

  • No data, text, or theories by others are presented as if they were the authors own. If the authors have used the works of other authors, they should ensure that they are properly quoted.

  • Fabrication of data, making up of research findings, manipulating research data with the intention of giving a false impression, presenting the work of others (plagiarism) such as data, text, or theories, submitting the same study to two journals, splitting one study into several parts and submitted to two or more journals are all important ethical violations. Necessary actions will be taken in the case of ethical violations.

  • The authors whose names are written in the article are considered to have contributed sufficiently to the scientific study. Therefore they share the common responsibility for the results.

  • Authors should not put down names of people who took little or no part in the research and should not leave out names of people who did take part.

  • Authors should provide a description of what each contributed.

  • The authors may be asked to provide raw data for an article to be reviewed. Therefore, the raw data should be stored.

  • All others who contributed to the work who are not authors should be named in the “Acknowledgments”, and what they did should be described.

  • Changes of authorship or in the order of authors are not accepted after acceptance of a manuscript.

  • Corresponding author who receives the reviewers’ comments and whose contact details are printed on the article so that readers can request reprints or contact the research group.

  • If the research involves chemicals, procedures, and equipments with unusual hazards, authors should have the necessary permissions in this regard.

  • If subjects (animal or human) are used in the research, a certificate indicating the consent of the subjects should be obtained.
  • When an author detects any serious error in his published work, should immediately notify and cooperate the journal editor or publisher to retract or correct the article.


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