1- 1- Is JCARME indexed in scientific databases and search engines?
The full text of all published articles in JCARME is available in our website and they are currently disseminated and fully indexed with search engines such as Google Scholar, which enhance the visibility of all articles to public who are seeking on their interest. Further, the articles of JCARME are indexed with various scientific databases, details are found at: http://jcarme.srttu.edu/journal/indexing
2- 2- Is JCARME available in printed form?
JCARME is available in printed form.
3- 3- What happens if authors don’t respond to their My Publication email on time?
Authors will receive a reminder mail after a few days. The editorial office will process authors article as soon as the editorial office have received the necessary information from authors, and proofs will be sent to authors once the My Publication process has been completed.
4- 4- Who is responsible for completing online procedure and receiving communication?
Only the corresponding author receives an e-mail notification to complete the online procedure and receiving communication. At any cause, co-author(s) will not do the online completion procedure and will not receive any notification about their submitted manuscript.
5- 5-What if the paper does not follow the journal’s format?
Authors are required to adhere to the journal’s Guide for Authors. If the paper is good, the editor may choose to overlook the formatting issues, else, editor may ask the authors to restructure the manuscript before publication.
6- 6-If reviewer found the plagiarism or found the same content elsewhere before - what should reviewer do?
Any claim that an observation, derivation or argument has been previously published should be accompanied by a relevant citation. A reviewer should call the editor's attention to any substantial similarity or overlap between the manuscript under consideration and any other published paper of which they have personal knowledge.