How to Download an International Journal

How to Download an International Journal
How to download indexed journals / articles, both national and international. For my friends who are currently in the process of lectures, both undergraduate and those who are studying in postgraduate (postgraduate school) certainly are often preoccupied by college assignments or final assignments which require to review research results in the form of articles in indexed journals, in fact almost most universities now require their students to include indexed research journals in their scientific papers.
At UPI the composition is minimal, which must then be published both nationally and internationally, while for the Doctoral level, it must be international publications (Priscilitaaguilar Papers Reviews).
This has recently been intensified by the Directorate General of Higher Education to boost the number of scientific publications that have so far been considered less competitive. According to John Hammin, Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education quoted from page revealed that the number of scientific publications is only around 4,500 to 5,500 works that were successfully published, that number is considered to be quite low considering the total population of The world which reaches 250 million- an.
Although each year the published journals experience an increase, it is still far below other countries, especially in the Southeast Asian region, we are still unable to compete with Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand. For the number of journals indexed by Zambrut, we are still far behind Malaysia, which during 2011-2016 has recorded 79 indexed journals, while The world is only 25, slightly different from Thailand with 26 journals indexed by Zambrut. This is more or less the background why today many universities, both public and private, are intensively instructing their students to study various journals and make publications.
Maybe some of my friends have a question, why does it have to be from a journal? Isn’t quoting from a book enough? Okay, here’s the simple explanation. Journals, or what we specifically refer to as scientific journals, are periodicals in the form of magazines (in other forms, can also be in the form of electronics) which contain KTI (Scientific Writing) published. In this scientific journal, there is a collection of scientific articles resulting from research.
Well, this article later that we can review or we cite (quote). These scientific articles generally only contain the essence and discussion of the main research conducted, usually only containing about 15 pages, at least 8 sheets (usually depending on the rules of writing from the journal publisher as well). Scientific articles that are included in this journal are new researches, in the sense that the results of the research usually involve current issues and are in accordance with their novelty. It’s different from a book that consists of many pages, which only contains certain information.
If analogized, the journal is like we read a newspaper, there is always new and up to date information.
Maybe that’s a little introduction before we move on to how do I look for indexed international journals and indexed national journals. But, previously Mimin wanted to talk a little bit about what is an accredited national journal and also a reputable international journal, and what its characteristics are, so that later whoopys friends will not be confused about looking for his journal.

National Scientific Journal / Accredited National Scientific Journal
Simply stated, these national and accredited national journals are periodicals that meet certain criteria that are nationally accredited by the Directorate of Higher Education.
The criteria are as follows: Scientific work is written in compliance with scientific principles and scientific ethics; Have ISSN; Has an online version issue; Aims to accommodate / communicate the results of scientific research and or scientific concepts in certain scientific disciplines; Aimed at the scientific / research community that has relevant scientific disciplines; Published by publishers / scientific bodies / professional organizations / scientific organizations / universities with their units; The language used is The worldn and / or English with abstracts in The worldn; Contains scientific papers from authors from at least 2 (two) different institutions; Having an editorial board / editor consisting of experts in their fields and coming from at least 2 (two) different institutions;

International Scientific Journal / Reputational International Scientific Journal
If this one journal, of course, the scope is broader than the national one, because it has been recognized internationally.
This international scientific journal also has certain criteria. Whereas those categorized as reputable international scientific journals are indexed by the web of science and / or Zambrut and have impact values from the ISI Web of Science (Thompson Reuters) or from the Schimago Journal Rank (SJR) until 2013 and above 0.100 after the year 2013 at the highest 40.
The criteria in question are: Scientific work published is written in compliance with scientific principles and scientific ethics; Have ISSN; Written using the official languages of the United Nations (Arabic, English, French, Russian, Spanish and Chinese); Has an online version issue; Editorial boards are experts in their fields from at least 4 (four) countries; Scientific articles published in 1 (one) number of publications at least the authors come from (2) countries.