Publishing Letters https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter <p align="justify"><strong>Publishing Letters<br /><br /></strong>Publishing Letters is published bianually in June and December. Publishing Letters was founded by Pusat Studi Publikasi Ilmiah (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. </p> <p align="justify">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:</p> <p align="justify">(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.</p> <p>Already have a Username/ Password for Indonesian Journal of Publishing Letters?<br /><a href="https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/login">GO TO LOGIN</a></p> <p>Need a Username/ Password?<br /><a href="https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/user/register">GO TO REGISTRATION</a></p> <p align="justify">Registration and login are required to submit items online and to check the status of current submissions.</p> en-US publetter@relawanjurnal.id (Siti Mutrofin) erwinrasyid@relawanjurnal.id (Erwin Rasyid) Wed, 30 Jun 2021 13:08:04 +0700 OJS 3.2.1.4 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Potret kepemilikan hak cipta dan penggunaan lisensi terbuka pada penerbitan ilmiah di Indonesia https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/article/view/1 <p>Text-based content has become the type of content that is most accessed and disseminated by Internet users in Indonesia, including scientific article content. The method of how scientific copyrights are organized and content distributed has become a key factor in the development of scientific journal. This situation is supported by the presence of Creative Commons with its CC open licensing concept. By extracting data from the Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ) on 13 February 2020, this article presents the distribution of the use of copyright and licenses in journals in Indonesia. The 1578 journals observed show that copyright ownership in scientific articles in Indonesia tends to be held by publishers, while forty percent of journals apply CC BY open licenses in their management. The phenomenon of the emergence of openness amidst the possible illiteracy of journal managers about the licenses types, which become blessing in disguise, is explained as the contribution of Indonesian culture as part of Eastern society that contributes to the preference of applying copyright and open licenses in Indonesian scientific journals.</p> Muhamad Ratodi, Harsa Wahyu Ramadhan, Juneman Abraham, Eric Kunto Aribowo, Andri Putra Kesmawan, Khaeruddin Kiramang Copyright (c) 2021 Authors https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/article/view/1 Sun, 27 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Masalah publikasi ilmiah di lingkup Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Kristen Indonesia https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/article/view/4 <p>The research is focused on seeing the causes of the low performance of lecturers and students in Christian Religious Colleges (PTKK). The three main things that were discussed and analyzed as the root of the problem were the lack of publication awareness, lack of support for infrastructure and funds, and minimal research awareness. Therefore, if PTKK does not immediately present a solution for these three aspects, PTKK will be left behind and eliminated from global competition. PTKK is required to carry out restructuring and repositioning regarding policies and actions to overcome these three things. All of this research based on a literature review and is presented descriptively—data taken from secondary sources, i.e., web, research reports, and books, including data processed from Sinta and GARUDA.</p> Sonny Eli Zaluchu, Zulidyana Dwi Rusnalasari Copyright (c) 2021 Authors https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/article/view/4 Wed, 30 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Pentingnya Publikasi Ilmiah Bagi Guru https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/article/view/3 <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Nowadays a person's competence can be seen from how many writings he makes according to his competency. Likewise with the teaching profession, namely teachers. The teacher not only teaches students in class but is also required to be able to write their ideas through writing published in books and scientific journals both national and international accredited.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; One of the various activities in the framework of developing the teaching profession can be seen from how many of the number of teacher publications published in the form of books and mass media, moreover scientific journals, but in reality scientific publications from teachers are still considered minimal. Whereas, basically writing this kind of scientific writing is believed to be able to improve the professionalism of the teacher while improving the quality of the learning it conveys.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; More than that also scientific publications for teachers as a prerequisite for promotion and position so as to provide more motivation for them to make higher quality scientific work. This research method uses library research or library research. The conclusion in this study is that scientific publications for teachers besides being considered important because of the following, namely one of the conditions for promotion and position of the teacher, the existence of the competency of the teacher concerned and also developing and disseminating knowledge.</p> Hasan Hasan, Dienny Redha Rahmani Copyright (c) 2021 Publishing Letters https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/article/view/3 Tue, 07 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Dominasi Mendeley sebagai Manajer Referensi pada artikel Ilmiah di Indonesia https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/article/view/6 <p>The favorable growth of monthly scientific journals in Indonesia over the last three years has prompted them to improve the quality of their published papers, including the use of reference managers in manuscripts. The goal of this study is to provide a broad picture of how to reference managers are used in periodic scientific articles. A descriptive study using a cross-sectional technique was conducted. This study included 51 editors as subjects, including 27 editors in chief and 24 editors who manage Indonesian periodical scientific publications. Kobotoolbox and STATA were used to collect and analyze data. According to the report, 51.8 percent of original submission papers in recognized journals use reference managers, compared to 42.7 percent in unaccredited journals. Conclusion: Overall, only 48.0 percent of manuscripts employ reference managers when submitting them for the first time. The fact that 76.5 percent of journal editors are willing to give training on the use of reference managers is encouraging.</p> Kadar Ramadhan, Fahmi Hafid, Nurfatimah Nurfatimah Copyright (c) 2021 Authors https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://publetter.id/index.php/publetter/article/view/6 Thu, 09 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700