Frequently asked questions
Q: Who is the publisher of IJIER?
IJIER publish by The International Educative Research Foundation and Publisher. IERFP is a private organization.
Q: What is the Scope of IJIER?
International journal for innovation education and research IJIER publishes research paper in the field of Science, Engineering, Technology, Environment, Tourism, Social Science, Animal Science, Arts, Business, Commerce, Humanities, Biology, Medicine, etc. (For details visit - Aim and Scope)
Q: What types of paper publish in IJIER?
IJIER publishes the following type of articles:
Original Paper, Short Reports, Case Studies, Review Paper, Literature Reviews, Book Reviews, Conceptual Framework, Analytical, and Simulation Models, Technical Note
Q: How does the IJIER conduct research?
A: The IJIER does not hire scientists or researchers to conduct research. However, we provide funds to the existing research projects at universities and research institutions.
Q: How can I apply for funding of my research?
A: Currently, we do not accept applications from individual researchers. We usually provide the funds to existing research projects managed by universities or research institutions.
Q: Is International journal for innovation education and research IJIER refereed journal?
Yes, IJIER is a refereed journal. It follows double-blind review process.
Q: Is there a print version of the journal?
Yes, IJIER published the print version. But we keep it optional if the author request for the print copy. We will charge 30USD for each hard copy.
Q: How can I submit my manuscript to IJIER?
You can submit your paper to the editor through e-mail at:
Q: How much time does IJIER take in the review process?
The editorial board is highly committed to the quick review process of the paper, but not with the sacrifice of the right judgment of paper. The review process takes maximum two weeks.
Q: Can I submit more than one paper to the same issue?
Yes, you can submit more than one paper at a time.
Q: What is the frequency of publication of IJIER?
IJIER is the monthly journal. It publishes one issue per month.
Q: What is the copyright policy of IJIER?
The authors retain the copyright of all their work published in IJIER. All articles published in IJIER are open access and license under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License, which means the manuscript is universally and freely.
Q: What’s your business model for journal publishing? Why do you have publication fees?
A: We follow the Gold Open Access way. This means that authors publish in our journals that provide immediate open access for readers to all articles on the publisher’s website. The readers pay nothing, while authors (or their institutions or funders) pay a publishing fee to maintain the journal operation.
Q: What are the Article Publication Charges for IJIER?
If the paper accepts for publication, author(s) will be asked to pay 100 USD as article publication fee to defray the operating costs. Partial waiver policy is applicable.
Q: Can you waive or reduce the publication fee?
A: The waive policy is only applied to the journal reviewers and editorial members, who may publish one article per year free of charge.
Q: My paper is accepted for publication. When do I pay Article Publication Fee?
Article Publication Fee will have to pay after the manuscript has been peer reviewed and accepted for publication. The corresponding author will be responsible for arranging the payments. You can pay after your paper is accepted for publication.
Q: How do you use the publication fee from authors?
A: As a responsible and transparent organization, we would like to inform the academic community how we use the publication fee from authors. Please see the report from the journal department. Download PDF
Q: How do you detect the plagiarism in submissions?
A: We have a policy of “Zero Tolerance on Plagiarism.” We use CrossCheck (powered by iThenticate) to check submissions for plagiarism.
Q: What’s your policy on self-plagiarism?
A: Attitudes about self-plagiarism vary in the academic community. However, our policy is that self-plagiarism is still plagiarism, and, like all reputable publishers, we do not tolerate it.