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Domů Projekty AD ALTA Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

AD ALTA : Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (AD ALTA) is an international open access journal which publishes original, high-quality, peer-reviewed articles on interdisciplinary research.

Aims and Scope

AD ALTA is the peer-reviewed journal for rapid dissemination of global research. The journal aims to serve the research community by providing a vehicle for authors wishing to publish interesting and high quality work in science.

AD ALTA publishes research articles, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, research methods papers, and unique case reports, along with invited editorials and commentaries.

We aim to be a truly Central Europe forum for high-quality research and science, and believe that the best research should be published and made widely accessible as quickly as possible. AD ALTA publishes papers submitted directly to the journal.

Manuscript Submission

AD ALTA only accepts manuscripts submitted via the publishing system. To access this system, please go to http://www.magnanimitas.cz/ad-alta-journal-of-interdisciplinary-research-2.

Manuscript Review

All manuscripts submitted to AD ALTA will be peer-reviewed by at least two independent referees. AD ALTA uses double-blinded review. The names of the reviewers will thus not be disclosed to the author submitting a paper and the name(s) of the author(s) will not be disclosed to the reviewers.

We aim to give authors a decision within four weeks of submission.

Manuscript Requirements

Manuscripts must be submitted as a Word file and should be written in UK English. Papers should be no more than 7000 words, excluding references. All papers should include the following:

Title Page
The title page should include a descriptive title for the articles, the full names of all authors (first names, middle initials and last names), and the affiliations of all authors at the time of the work. Please also include the full postal address and e-mail of the corresponding author. A suggested running title of not more than 50 characters (including spaces) should be included.

Abstract and Key Words
The abstract should be limited to 250 words and is required for all articles. Abstracts should be structured according to the following headings: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results and Conclusions.

Identify 4-8 key words and list them in alphabetical order.

Main text
AD ALTA operates a system of double-blinded review and the names of the authors will not be disclosed to the reviewers. Authors should therefore avoid including anything that could identify them within the text. This, for example, includes: the name of the institution at which the work was performed; initials of the authors; acknowledgements and names of institutions on illustrations, etc. Authors should also avoid statements that could identify them through references.

The main document should be structured according to the following headings (when appropriate):

  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgements (Acknowledgements should be brief and must include reference to sources of financial support. It is the responsibility of authors to clear the copyright of material obtained from other sources and this should be acknowledged.)
  • References (References should be limited to pertinent literature and formatted according to the Vancouver style. They should be numbered consecutively in order of appearance in the text.)

Tables, figures
Tables should be number consecutively with Arabic numerals and have a brief descriptive title. Please include a list of figure legends following the references in the main text. Colour reproduction is free for this journal.

Supporting information
Supporting information can be a useful way for an author to include important but ancillary information with an article. Examples of Supporting Information include additional tables, data sets, figures, movie files, audio clips, 3D structures, and other related nonessential multimedia files. Supporting Information should be cited within the article text, and a descriptive legend should be included. It is published as supplied by the author, and a proof is not made available prior to publication; for these reasons, authors should provide any Supporting Information in the desired final format.

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