Open Access Policy

Our open access policy is aimed to facilitate exchange of knowledge. Authors are required to agree with this open access policy which enables unrestricted access and reuse of all published articles.

Publication Frequency

The International Journal of Applied Information and Communication Technology is published twice per year.

Peer Review Process

Papers submitted for possible publication are subjected to a double-blind, peer review process.
The process:
1. Papers are reviewed by editors.
2. The editor may reject it if does not fit the objectives and quality of the Journal.
3. Articles that are found suitable for review are then sent to two experts in the field of the paper. Referees of a paper are unknown to each other. 4. Referees are asked to classify the paper as: publishable, publishable improvements, or not publishable.
5. Refereesí comments are sent to authours by the editor
6. The review process is usually completed within four weeks. 7. Accepted articles are usually published within four months.

Fees

No fees are required from authors. Authors pay neither a submission fee nor a publication fee.

Copyright Policy

The International Journal of Applied Information and Communication Technology uses Creative Commons copyright licence policy CC-BY.

Plagiarism

By submitting the manuscript the authors declare that the text is their original work, does not contain any plagiarism and has not been published in or submitted to any other journal.

Publication Frequency

If errors are found that are so significant that the paper cannot remain in the journal, the article will be removed and replaced with a note stating the reason of retraction.

Digital Preservation

The journal is digitally preserved by the National Library of the Polish Republic

Acknowledgement


International Journal of Applied Information and Communication Technology (IJOAICT) is a high quality open access peer reviewed research journal that is published by Research and Innovation in Education Institute.
This publication and its content reflect the views only of the author, and the Institute cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.