If you are thinking of submitting an article to our journal, we recommend that you review the journal publication policy and Guidelines for Authors on the Journal page. Authors must register before submitting to the journal. After signing up, you can start the 5-digit submission process via the Login link. It is recommended that readers sign up for the broadcast notification service. This can be done from the Registration link at the top of the journal home page. Each time a new issue is published, the CONTENTS page is sent to the reader who registers for this service via e-mail. As stated in the journal's privacy statement, the authors' credentials and e-mail addresses will not be used for any other purpose. It should be noted that the journal's open source publication system may also be suitable for use in other journals in which academics using the library participate in the publication process. Detailed information about Open Journal Systems can be obtained from the Public Knowledge Project page. Authors can publish their works published in this journal before and after publication, on their personal websites or in corporate archives, by giving reference to this journal in accordance with librarianship rules. Adopting the principle that presenting scientific researches free of charge to the public will increase the global sharing of information, it provides instant open access to its content. The copy editing phase aims to improve the fluency, comprehensibility, grammatical structure, word selection and format of the article. This is the last opportunity for the author to make significant changes to his article; because in the next step, only string and format corrections will be made. Since the file to be copied is in MS Word or .rtf file format, it can be easily edited as a word processing document. Two approaches for corrections are suggested here. The first is to use the "Track Changes" feature of MS Word program. However, when this path is chosen, the author, issue editor and editor-in-chief should be able to access the program. The second system proposed is independent of the software and was taken here with the permission of Harward Educational Review. The editor of the journal can change these instructions to make them more suitable for the journal's own functioning.