How to Submit an Article
How to Submit an Article
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HOW TO SUBMIT AN ARTICLE TO IJOI
All potential Authors MUST REGISTER AND LOG IN AS A USER TO FASTRACK , the Journal's Electronic Publishing System, in order to submit an article for consideration of publication.
Note: All Articles Must Be In Their Final Format Following The IJOI Author Writing Guidelines & Fully Paid For At Least Five Working Days Before The Date Of The Next Issue In Order To Be Included In That Issue!!
TO REGISTER AS AN AUTHOR/USER WITH IJOI:
1. Go to the "log in" by clicking on the "Author/Reviewer Login" link on the left side of this page.
2. Type in the user name that you will use in the journal from now on. Use the name that you will use in the journal from now on. The Editor needs to recognize your name. Please set your user name as your last name & first initial (i.e. dembowskif). Select a password that you will use from now on with the journal. Click Login. Note: to add to or change your user information at any time, click on the "user preference" tab once you have logged in.
3. Select a password that you will use from now on with the journal.
4. Click login. Note: Once you have logged in, you may add to or change your user information – click on the user preference tab.
5. To submit a paper to the journal, click on the link entitled: "Click here to submit a document"
6. You only need to register once - your registration information will be retained by the system.
7. If you have forgotten your username, password, etc, email the Editor.
The International Journal of Organizational Innovation invites submission of content within its Aims and Scope, especially if empirically rigorous and conceptually original and innovative. Selection of submissions for publication will be based on relevance, clarity, topicality, individuality and interest to academics and practitioners. For more details, see the link entitled “Review Criteria and Review Process".
IJOI conducts reviews on a continual basis. As soon as a submission is received, it is pre-reviewed by the Editor to determine if the content is appropriate for the journal. It is then sent through a Double Blind Peer-Review Process. If selected for publication, authors are notified regarding any changes necessary, as well as the numbers of pages that will be published. Accepted articles are published in the next quarterly issue.
In addition to academic merit, originality and integrity, criteria for selection are that articles are relevant, concise, practical, informative and useful to readers of the Journal. They should address the principal foci of the Journal as stated above. (See the link “Review Criteria and Review Process" for greater detail). All contributors are required to submit manuscripts directly to the Journal using the FASTRACK electronic submission process described.
Note: there is a Fee required to publish submissions in this Journal! See the link "Service Fees" for details.
THE PROPOSAL REVIEW & PUBLICATION PROCESS
The Proposal may be submitted AT ANY TIME! Submissions will be reviewed as they are received. Accepted articles will be published in the next scheduled issue. Authors should expect be notified of the results of the review process within 30-60 days of initial receipt.
For directions in submitting an article for consideration of publication, see the link entitled: "Author Writing Guidelines". Follow these closely or you will be charged an additional Editing fee of $18/page!!
Please note that this journal is an online journal only and does not produce printed versions. However, you may print hard copies from the current issue .pdf file found on the journal website when it is published and posted.
The IJOI editorial/reviewing staff is willing to provide additional help and encouragement. Please do not hesitate to make contact with the Editor, especially if you are unsure whether the content is appropriate for the journal by emailing the Editor at:
Upon acceptance for publication, the Publisher provides all authors with a letter acknowledging publication. Accepted submissions will not be published until full payment is received and receipted.
Copyright: Copyright of published articles is held by the authors. No limitation will be placed on the personal freedom of authors to copy or to use in subsequent work, material contained in their papers. Authors must complete and submit the Copyright Agreement form before the article can be published (See Submission Cover Page link) The International Journal of Organizational Innovation and its editors and reviewers are not responsible for any copyright infringements in any way.
Author Warranties: By submission of material to the International Journal of Organizational Innovation, all authors warrant that the material is their own, original material or that copyright clearance has been acquired to reproduce other material from employers, third parties or attributed to third parties, and that the material has not been previously published and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
It is the responsibility of authors to secure the release of any copyright material and to provide written evidence to this effect to the Editor. It is also the author's responsibility to obtain clearance for reproduction from the organization which commissioned the work if applicable.
By submitting material to IJOI, all authors agree to indemnify the journal and its heirs and assigns in business, against any litigation or claims that may arise from the publication, content or opinions in the article.
On acceptance for publication, authors will be sent an email requesting that the submission be revised based upon the suggesting of the reviewers. Either send the revised submission back to the Editor or send an email stating that there are no changes. If editing assistance is desired, request that the IJOI Staff edit the submission. Upon final review, the authors will be sent an invoice for payment of the publication fee based upon the final number of pages to be published and the editing fee if an edit is conducted by IJOI Staff. The Editor reserves the right to make editing corrections.