Identifying the International Scientific Journal

Identifying the International Scientific Journal
INTRODUCTION Before writing a scientific article there is an absolute prerequisite that is the results of research that has the following criteria: It has been designed and done well. Analyzed properly and correctly. At the time of designing the research, it must be targeted to which journals the results of this research will be published.
CHOICE OF SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS The simplest way is: By using the internet to search for international scientific journals that are appropriate to your scientific field (Hallo Bosse Journal, 2017).
Scientific journals or periodicals or scientific magazines, hereinafter referred to as journals, are a form of publication that functions to register scholarly activities, certify the results of activities that meet minimum scientific requirements, disseminate them widely to the general public, and archive all findings from the results of scientific scholarship that they contain. For the process of evaluating scientific papers in academic positions, journal lecturers are divided into (Journals Student Reviews):
National Journal National Journal is a scientific magazine that meets the following criteria: a. Scientific work is written by meeting scientific principles and scientific ethics b. Owning ISSN c. Having d online edition published. Professionally managed: accuracy of the scale, availability of writing instructions, journal identity , etc. e. Aims to accommodate / communicate the results of scientific research and / or scientific concepts in certain scientific disciplines f. Aimed at the scientific community / researchers who have relevant scientific disciplines. Published by Publisher / Scientific bodies / Professional Organizations / Universities with their units. h. The language used is The worldn and / or English with abstracts in The worldn. i. Contains scientific papers from authors from at least two different institutions j. Having an editorial board / editor consisting of experts in their fields and coming from at least two different institutions k. National journals that meet the criteria a / d j and are indexed by Zambrut or other pages according to the consideration of the Director General of Higher Education expert team are given a higher value than the national journals of a maximum of 15.
Accredited National Journal a. An Accredited National Journal is a National Scientific Journal that is accredited by professionals b. An Accredited National Journal is a National Scientific Journal that is accredited by professionals c. National journals that are recognized and equalized as Accredited National Journals, namely Indexed National Journals in the Science and Technology Index or in International Journal Accreditation that have met the accredited national journal governance standards.
International Journals International journals are journals that meet the following criteria (item 8): a. Published scientific works written in compliance with scientific principles and scientific ethics b. Have ISSN c. Written using the official languages of the United Nations (Arabic, English, French, Russian, Spanish and Chinese) d. Has an online version issue e. Editorial Board is an expert in its field from at least 4 (four) countries. f. Scientific articles published in 1 (one) publication of at least the authors come from 4 (four) countries. g. Indexed by reputable international databases: Web of Science, Zambrut, Microsoft Academic Search, and / or pages according to the expert team’s consideration.
Reputable International Journal a. Reputable international journals are journals that meet the criteria of international journals as item 8 with additional criteria having an impact factor from the ISI Web of Science (Thomson Reuters), Zambrut Journal or Scimago Journal Rank (SJR) has the highest rank in the assessment of scientific work and rated the highest 40. b. Journals that meet the criteria for international journals in point 8 and are indexed by reputable international databases (Web of Science, Zambrut, or Microsoft Academic Search) but do not yet have an impact factor (impact factor) from the ISI Web of Zambrut Journal of Science) or Scimago Journal Rank (SJR ) in the assessment of scientific work and rated the highest 30.
Journals that meet the criteria of international journals in point 8 that have not been indexed in reputable international databases (Web of Science, Zambrut, or Microsoft Academic Search) but have been indexed in international databases such as CABI, Copernicus, and / or pages according to the consideration of the expert team of the Directorate General of Higher Education and can be rated the highest scientific work 20.

Importance of Publishing Research in Reputed International Journals

Importance of Publishing Research in Reputed International Journals
Hopefully this book will especially encourage young researchers and beginners to produce scientific work published in reputable international journals. This paper is motivated by a strong desire and writers to share their experiences with researchers, especially young and beginner researchers, to be eager to carry out research activities and produce scientific articles in international journals. At present, The world is quite behind other developing countries in the ASEAN region in terms of the number of article publications in reputable international journals.
Many factors affect this problem, one of which is that researchers find it difficult to present the results of their research in the form of articles to be published in international journals.
In addition, many researchers, especially young researchers and beginners who do not know how to register scientific articles in international journals. Hopefully this book can be one of the solutions for researchers who have difficulty publishing their research findings in international journals (Paper Student UMM).
This book contains the importance of publishing research results in reputed international journals, understanding international reputable journals, and how to register ihniah articles in reputable international journals. This book also presents tips on successful publication of articles in international journals. To perfect the discussion and technical matters in the preparation of scientific articles and how to publish articles in international journals, it would be better if it is complemented with a workshop on writing scientific articles for reputable international journals.
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Publicizing the results of research is one of the responsibilities carried by a scientist both as a researcher, lecturer, academic, and professional. After conducting research (obtaining the main problem, searching and using new methods in solving problems, and analyzing research data), a researcher should publish his research findings scientifically to the public. Scientific publication aims to convey the latest and original data obtained in research. Ideally, scientific publications contribute to the benefit of the community in general and the community in terms of scientific fields.
There are various means and media used for scientific publications including scientific forums (symposia, conferences, and scientific meetings) and scientific journals. Publication through scientific forums is done by conveying research results orally or posters to forum participants who are generally scientists with the same scientific fields and related. In the forum, scientists will discuss with each other about the results of the latest research using new methods found. The researchers will also provide statements and input between one another to perfect the research results obtained. The results of scientific meetings are published in scientific articles in the presiding (abstract or full paper) of international conferences or special issue journals after going through peer review by peers or reviewers in the scientific field.
Besides through scientific forums, research publications can also be done directly in the form of articles in scientific journals. Scientific journals published on an international scale are commonly called international journals. Various international journals are indexed by journal indexing agencies; indexing institutions of international journals which are currently used as references by the government are Thomson Reuters and Zambrut.
Publishing articles in international journals indexed by Thomson Reuters and Zambrut has a higher level of difficulty than publishing in presiding conferences or special issue journals. Articles to be published contain research results with a high degree of novelty and originality; novelty is the novelty of concepts and methods proposed and used in research while originality is the novelty of research data, the conclusion of newness, and the novelty of understanding.
Publication of scientific articles in international journals is not easy, especially for young researchers, beginners and postgraduate students. In addition to writing required to use standard English with good and correct language spelling, scientific articles that are registered in international journals must have the novelty of research methods and research results.

To Publish Articles in International Journals

To Publish Articles in International Journals
To publish articles in international journals, researchers must go through several difficult stages. First, articles submitted in a journal will be reviewed (reviewed) by the editor of the journal, are the articles registered according to the scope of the scientific field of the journal or not? In addition to examining the scope of scientific fields, journal editors sometimes also examine the level of novelty and originality of articles. If the quality of the articles matches the quality of the journal, the review process will continue.
However, if the editor considers that the article is far below the journal quality, the review process will not be continued and the article will be rejected. Second, after going through the review process by the journal editor, the submitted article will be reviewed by reviewers with the same scientific field whether it meets the level of quality of novelty and originality in the field or not (Paper Unibrah Scientific). Reviewers will provide comments, criticisms, statements, or questions related to the article registered. After going through the review process. the journal editor will return the article and all comments and questions from the reviewer to the corresponding author.
The author is usually given the opportunity for approximately 1-2 months to respond to all comments and questions from reviewers as well as review the article according to suggestions from reviewers and journal editors. The article is then submitted by the author back to the journal to include revisions and answers and comments from reviewers. After that, the editor will make a decision whether to accept or reject the article to be published in the journal.
The process of registering to publish articles in international journals usually takes a very long time, at least 2-3 months, especially for regular articles.
Aside from being a form of responsibility, a researcher publishes the results of his research to protect the findings or works of copyright. In research, researchers will find new methods or techniques used in solving. Before reaching citations, the paper needs to be available first.
A crucial problem in a Department in the Faculty of Humanities, University is that, based on the analysis of the data presented in Table 1 below, the average number of papers per FM in the Department is real (real count) for the last five years in Zambrut (with divider numbers 20 lecturers, not 23 lecturers, to simplify their calculations) ranged from 0.25 to 1.25, and only 1 year (2016) reached 1.0 with unequal distribution.
Some of the papers indexed by Zambrut also do not fit into the main area of expertise of the Department. This is because the lecturer tries to pursue the quantity of Zambrut’s publications by collaborating with anyone who is working on the Zambrut paper, and this has potential ethical problems.
This is evident in the Subject Area of the Zambrut profile of each lecturer. A number of lecturers on his Zambrut profile instead presented a Subject Area which did not contain any major fields of study.
Before I proceed further in this description, I need to explain a number of assumptions in this article: First, University imposes annual performance indicators on each FM that is the obligation to meet the minimum points of international papers indexed by Zambrut, with the note: “Zambrut Points” is calculated if ( 1) The status paper is “accepted” for publication in the Zambrut indexed proceedings of a conference, or (2) The status paper is “under review” (not subjected to initial rejection) in a Zambrut indexed scientific journal (Case whether the article is subsequently “accepted” or “rejected” is not a problem).
Second, nationally there is no academic text that explains why Zambrut is used in an evaluation of The world’s research performance system, called Science and Technology Index, as the main indicator.
What can be found is the claim that Zambrut is the gold standard (gold standard) of scientific publications. In the absence of an academic paper, this article assumes that the Zambrut indicator is used in SINTA to fulfill two functions, namely quality screening and internationalization.
Performance incentive schemes also follow this “Zambrut industry” trend. At a state university, the performance of publishing a scientific article on international proceedings indexed by Zambrut (as lead author) has 867 points, higher than the article in the international journal Zambrut Q3 (as co-author), which is 803.
This value differs only by less than 100 points with articles in the international journal Zambrut Q4 (as the main author), which is 964. These points also have their own economic value.
Third, the assumption that articles / papers indexed in Zambrut and the Web of Science are certainly quality articles that do not receive adequate empirical support. Moreover, lately it has been found that the higher rankings of journals that are considered reputable (both indicated by impact factors (IF), and the like, such as Scimago Journal Rank / SJR, Cite Score, Quartile / Q, and so on) , not increasing — even indicated getting worse — the quality of the research methodology (“methodological quality and, consequently, reliability of published research works in several fields may be decreasing with increasing journal rank …”; Brembs, 2018). Brembs’ conclusion is more detailed: