Publication of conference abstracts and proceedings, scientific works, yearbooks, monographs, collective monograph series, journals and other literature resources, and management of scientific data sets
Prepress and print books, textbooks, promotional material. Preparation and publication of monographs, scientific and reference literature, PhD and doctoral thesis and dissertations, conference proceedings, monographs in all languages.
We check the text for uniqueness / plagiarism as well as, necessary, we edit and format the publication.
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Before publishing a research in the international databases, it is verified for plagiarism which means copying someone else's information. Such verifications for articles originality are conducted using special software.
This service is optional, alas we recommend to use it in case authors opt for faster publishing.
We help to modify, edit, form and structure the scientific work correctly.
Include an in-text citation when you refer to, summarize, paraphrase, or quote from another source. For every in-text citation in your paper, there must be a corresponding entry in your reference list.
A list of references is formatted according to the formatting style of the APA.
APA (America Psychological Association) citation covers in-text and reference list citations and makes citing any source easy.
Register and maintain researcher information, scientific interests, publications list in ORCID, PUBLONS, Google Scholar, ResearchGate
Sign for an ORCID Identifier: The Open Researcher Community ID is an increasingly recognized persistent digital identifier. The unique number will allow publishers and aggregators of scholarly literature to distinguish you from researchers with similar names. ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier) is a unique digital identifier of the researcher.
A ResearcherID can be linked to your ORCID number and facilitates citation metrics and publication tracking using Web of Science tools.
Create a Google Scholar Citations Profile: Google scholar citations allows authors to track citations to their scholarly works and to calculate numerous citation metrics based on Google Scholar citation data.
Register and maintain a profile in science networks ResearchGate, Academia:
- Register and maintain information for researcher; scientific interests, publications list, which can include their full bodies; asking questions;
- Follow other researchers;
- Sending messages, commenting;
- Searching publications, researchers, job positions;
- Maintain summary data for number of downloads and views.
Comprehensive work to improve the scientific rating of the scientist, improving the quality of citation of scientific works. To increase the citation rate of a scientist's work, articles should raise important issues and highlight innovative ideas. It is better to publish them in periodicals with a large circulation and a high level of readability. They should be translated into English or other languages to be accessible to a large number of authors. The best choice is to publish an article in journals indexed by Scopus and Web of Science.
Indexing is the stage of assigning an index to show the specifics of the document to the fullest extent. It is used to speed up the search of the necessary text among other materials. In the scientific field this concept implies indexing of research articles in a database. Active use of the indexing system helps every researcher increase the level of citation of his publications and shows his success in the scientific field.
Work with indexing is necessary to:
- increase the indexation of works;
- find your publication because it is not displayed in the search;
- find out the status of a publication or a journal;
- check the reliability of the journal where you think to publish your research articles;
- make changes in your profile, as indexing was carried out incorrectly;
- unite your profiles because you accidentally created two ones.
A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is an alphanumeric string assigned to uniquely identify an object. It is tied to a metadata description of the object as well as to a digital location, such as a URL, where all the details about the object are accessible.
Uniqueness (specification by a DOI name of one and only one referent) is enforced by the DOI system. The DOI system is designed in such a way as to make it as simple as possible for anyone to name uniquely any item of intellectual property — tangible or intangible, in physical or digital form.
ACCESS Press provides different types advertising services:
- organization and conducting of PR-actions, workshops, round tables, presentations of Advertiser’s enterprise;
- publicity support of the company through the site of ACCESS Journal and others.