About the Journal
Publishing Letters is published biannually in June and December. Publishing Letters was founded by Pusat Studi Publikasi Ilmiah Relawan Jurnal Indonesia (PSPI - RJI). Relawan Jurnal Indonesia (RJI) is the publisher of this journal. The journal is peer-reviewed and published using the Open Journal System (OJS). Publishing Letters publishes exclusively in electronic (PDF) format. ISSN: 2808-3865 (online)
Publishing Letters is the first to use the blockchain system to archive journals in Indonesia. Through the platform of STAMP-RJI is the most recent innovation that records important documents using a distributed network and blockchain technology into an Vexanium. This recording is intended to confirm ownership and ensure that the documents owned are original and have never been altered.
Publishing Letters commits to consistently publish the best research articles, template review, short communication and training material in journal management, indexing, and authors guideline by promoting the quality of editing and publishing scientific journals. Expected readers are editors, publishers, reviewers, and authors journals in Indonesia. We accept articles with the following objectives and scope:
(1) The policy of journal editing, (2) Data mining on the editing and publishing, (3) A systematic review of scientific journal publishing and editing, (4) Research ethics, (5) Publication ethics: fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, duplicate publication, and authorship, (6) CrossCheck, (7) The legal issue in journal publishing, (8) Peer review process, (9) Reporting guideline for medical journals, (10) Medical and scientific literature databases, (11) Advanced information technology applicable to journal editing and publishing including journal article tag suite schema, Digital Object Identifier, CrossMark, FundRef, ORCID, datacite, QR code, and App, (12) International standard of journal editing and publishing, (13) Reference styles including Vancouver (NLM) style, APA style, IEEE style, ACS style, etc., (14) Digital publishing on the web and App, (15) Education and training of editors, reviewers, and authors, (16) Manuscript editing, (17) Journal evaluation, (18) Bibliometrics and scientometrics, (19) Finance of journal publishing, (20) History of scholarly journal, (21) Copyright and Creative Commons License, (22) Open access and public access approaches, (23) Archiving of Scholarly Journal.
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