Open Access Policy
TISER is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author.
Articles submitted to the Technology, Innovation and Special Education Research Journal are supposed to be original. Plagiarism of other published articles, without appropriate attribution, is unethical.
Authors submitting to TISER declare during the submission that this work is original and has not previously been published in full or substantial part thereof (except as an abstract), and that no part of the article has been lifted (plagiarised) from other published material.
If the Editors or reviewers suspect plagiarism, submitted articles will be checked with plagiarism detection software (CrossCheck by iThenticate). In the case of a submitted article having been found to have been totally or substantially published elsewhere, the submitted article is rejected outright. The Editors may ban the authors from submitting to the Journal for a defined time period.
By submitting articles to the TISER, the author attests the following:
- None of the parts of the manuscript is plagiarized from other sources.
- Proper reference is provided for all contents extracted from other sources.
- Strong action will be taken against cases of plagiarism.
Creative Commons Licenses
All published articles in TISER are published under Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY 4.0). Any further distribution or use of content published under CC-BY 4.0 must contain the author(s) and the published article’s title, journal and citation. All articles published in TISER under a CC BY License may be used for Text and Data Mining purposes, subject to the conditions of the CC BY License terms.
Ethics & Responsibility
The value of academic publishing relies on everyone involved behaving ethically. We encourage our authors and editors to refer to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) website. If you have any questions or concerns please also feel free to contact the Editor of the Journal, or you can e-mail us.
Authors should ensure that:
- their work is original and written by them
- their work has not been previously published and has been submitted only to the journal
- where material is taken from other sources (including their own published writing) the source is clearly cited and that where appropriate permission is obtained
- their work does not infringe on any rights of others, including privacy rights and intellectual property rights
- their data is true and not manipulated
- their data is their own or that they have permission to use data reproduced in their paper
- any real or apparent conflicting or competing interest is clearly stated on submission of their paper (this would include funding assistance)
- they adhere to all research ethics guidelines of their discipline, particularly where human or animal subjects are involved
- they contact the Editor to identify and correct any material errors upon discovery, whether prior or subsequent to publication of their work
- authorship of the paper is accurately represented, including ensuring that all individuals credited as authors participated in the actual authorship of the work and that all who participated are credited and have given consent for publication
- maintain the confidentiality of the review process
- immediately alert their journal editor of any real or potential competing interest that could affect the impartiality of their reviewing and decline to review where appropriate
- conduct themselves fairly and impartially
- maintain and promote consistent ethical policies for their journals
- oversee and act to enforce those policies as needed in a fair and consistent manner
- ensure the confidentiality of the review process
- exercise the highest standards of personal integrity in their work as editor of the journal, recognizing and planning for instances where they could have a competing interest or the appearance of a competing interest
- work with authors, reviewers, and Editorial Board members as necessary to ensure they are sufficiently advised regarding their journals’ ethics and publishing policies and that the journal’s stewardship on ethical matters is fair, unbiased, and timely
Everyone including Editorial Boards
- We should promote fairness and equality and oppose discrimination
- We should promote the transparency of and respect for the academic record
- We should respect the confidentiality of others
- We should be transparent about real or apparent competing interests