How long does the peer review process take?

It depends on the content and the quality of a submitted paper. In addition, the delivery of the reviewers’ comments are key factors in reducing the reviewing time. IJTE has defined deadlines for reviewers as well as authors to decrease the duration of the whole process. Authors must be aware that peer review process would generally take 5 to 6 months.

Is there any limitation on the number of pages of a submitted article?

The permitted length of the paper is 25 pages, including appendix and references.

How many referees would review the submitted paper?

At least three reviewers. But it is very dependent to the quality of the paper. If two referees accept the paper then there would be no need to the third referee,

What is the title page?

The title page constitutes of the title of the article, authors' names and affiliations, and corresponding author email address.

What are the most important parts of an academic article?

In General, the most important sections are Abstract, Introduction, Research Background, Material and Methods, Theory/Calculation, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement, Appendices. These sections can be changed according to the topic of the paper. However, they are the most important sections of any academic paper.

How is the writing style for the papers?

The authors must write the submitted articles in good English. This is the authors’ decision to use the American or the British writing styles. The paper that are poor in English, and cannot be reviewed, are sent back to the authors for re writing..

How can the authors submit a manuscript?

Please refer to the section entitled “submit manuscript", on the homepage of the website.

Are the authors charged by any fees for submission or publication of their papers?

No. The authors are not charged by any fees for submission or publication of their papers

Which Creative Commons License is chosen for the articles published in IJTE?

All the papers available on IJTE website are published under a Creative Common Attribution 4.0 International License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/  The license allows other researchers to distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon your work, even commercially, on condition that they credit you for the original creation. No permission is required from the authors or publishers. Appropriate attribution can be provided by citing the original article.

What are my rights as author:

The journal allows the author (s) to hold the copyright without restrictions

The journal allows the authors(s) to obtain publishing rights without restrictions

Is IJTE an open access journal?

Yes. The published manuscripts are available on-line free of charge on the IJTE website.