The mission of Hersoie is to serve as an international journal that publishes original research and analysis of students with modern ideas from different fields of studies. The main goal of Hersoie publications and conferences program is to deliver quality content and services at the lowest prices. Hersoie aims to serve readers' and authors' interests by publishing high-quality original works, maintaining the integrity of these works, defending authors' rights in them against plagiarism, providing a stable means of linking to them, promoting the dissemination of these works to the widest possible readership in contemporary media, and preserving access to them indefinitely despite changes in technology.

Authors hold permanent rights to post author-prepared versions of their accepted, peer-reviewed work or thesis covered by Hersoye copyright or license. Authors should include the appropriate copyright or license statement in these works. We desires that users of Hersoie published works in electronic form access those works through Hersoie web site, and not through alternative services which have not been authorized by Hersoie to redistribute the works.

 

Vision of International Education

Initiate and sustain, among a wider audience, conversations and discussions about the connections between science, technology and society and the impact of science on people's lives.  

 

Hersoie is committed to the highest standards of publishing integrity and academic honesty. We recognize the important role we play as publishers and organizators of scientific record. All published articles are subjected to rigorous peer review. Authors are expected to pursue objectivity and rigour in all aspects of their work. Referees are requested to provide unbiased and constructive comments aimed, whenever possible, at improving the work.

Incidents of potential misconduct will be handled with care and deliberation in accordance with the guidelines of the Committee on Publishing Ethics (COPE).The following advice cover some areas where unethical behaviour could potentially arise.

 

Competing interests statements

Editors, authors and referees should declare potentially competing interests of a professional or personal nature that might interfere (or be perceived as interfering) with an objective presentation, interpretation or judgement of a submitted paper.

 

Authorship

Corresponding authors are requested to ensure that all contributors to the work are listed as authors and are aware of the contents of the article or thesis, from submission through publication.

 

Plagiarism/self-plagiarism/duplicate submissions

Publishing an article or thesis that in part or fully reproduces previously published work is an act of misconduct, whether it involves one's own or other people’s work. Authors must always reference all relevant sources and clearly identify if they are re-using text or materials previously published by themselves or others. Permission should be sought and disclosed whenever other people’s materials are used. It is highly unethical to submit the same or substantially similar work simultaneously to more than one journal.

 

Falsification/fabrication of data

Reporting manipulated or fabricated research data is considered the most extreme case of misconduct in scientific publishing. Hersoye reserves the right not to work with authors who are abusive to staff, referees and/or editors.