Information Management

Information Management

Open Access Policy

The publisher applies the International Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) to every article published in the Electronic Scientific Professional Journal “Open educational e-environment of modern University”. The articles are published on the OJS platform on an open-access basis.

The CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license allows users to copy and share an article, with no commercial purpose, it allows to share transformed, adapted or edited published material, but the user must provide a link to official publications through the appropriate DOI and provides a link to the license.

Detailed license information available on the website: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/

Under the license terms Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)

You are free to:

Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format

Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material

Under the following terms:

Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made.

NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes.

ShareAlike — If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you must distribute your contributions under the same license as the original.

No additional restrictions — You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits.

Authors should provide all data and materials presented in the article upon request of the editorial board. Provided that this does not violate the anonymity of the survey of people during the study.

Editors are obeying the law “Protection of personal data and privacy”. In addition, editors always protect the confidentiality of personal information obtained through research and other professional activities. In particular, authors always need to obtain written consent for publication from individuals who may recognize themselves or be known by others (eg, photos). Personal information may be published without the explicit consent, if it outweighs the public interest, or if it is impossible to obtain consent and the person, would not be against the publication.

During submission, authors ensure that the downloaded manuscript is not submitted for review and publication in other editions.

Intellectual Property

The “Open educational e-environment of modern University” team takes the allegations of infringement of intellectual property, plagiarism, ethical disputes and fraud very seriously and is working to prevent potential infringements of intellectual property rights under the current legislation of Ukraine.

The editorial board controls that the article's publication complies with international norms and requirements.

If the author is aware of possible plagiarism, fraud or copyright abuse, we recommend that you contact the editorial office by filling out the form.

 Plagiarism

Plagiarism - promulgation (publication), in full or in part, of another person's work under the name of the person who is not the author of this work; (Law of Ukraine “On Copyright and Related Rights”/Paragraph V/Article 50). Plagiarism takes many forms, from literal copying to paraphrasing another's work.

A form of academic plagiarism is self-plagiarism, which is the presentation of your own previously published work as original without reference to a source of information of previously published texts; without indicating the fact that they were previously or simultaneously published.

The authors confirm that the submitted manuscript has not previously been published and is not currently being submitted to another scientific publication. If such work has already been published elsewhere, the editorial board will not accept and review such manuscripts.

 Plagiarism can take many forms:

  1. Exact Copy - Provides accurate copy without modification, without the permission and confirmation of the original source. Literal copying is obvious plagiarism and is easy to identify by comparing written works.
  2. Substantial copying means copyinga considerable or significant part of the work without the permission and confirmation of the original source. Reproduction, borrowing from an idea of a previously published study. When determining what constitutes "substantial copying", the amount and quality of the copied content are taken into account. Quality refers to the essence of the copied text in proportion to the work as a whole. Even if some of the work has been recreated, but the essence of the study remains unchanged and the main idea is plagiarism.
  3. Paraphrasing. Copying can occur without reproducing the exact words used in the original work, without literal or significant copying. This type of copying is known as a paraphrase, and it may be the most difficult to detect with a type of plagiarism. This may be a translation of a work from another language.

Actions that characterize the process of plagiarism:

  1. Copy words or ideas from another job without referencing it.
  2. Assigning someone else's work and presenting it as your own work.
  3. No reference to the source.
  4. Providing incorrect source information.
  5. Translation from another language.
  6. Borrowing Ideas
  7. Copy text and ideas, citing the source when the borrowed text is larger than your own.

Plagiarism Prevention Policy

  1. Checking the article for anti-plagiarism. For all articles submitted for review, the degree of uniqueness of the author's text is determined using the appropriate software.
  2. In cases of plagiarism, the manuscript is rejected.
  3. The authors of the publications are responsible for the accuracy of the information provided in the articles, the accuracy of the data, titles, citations, and surnames.
  4. The authors of the submitted materials are responsible for the detection of plagiarism.
  5. Publishers and editors are working to identify and prevent the publication of material in breaches of scientific research, including plagiarism, manipulation of citations, falsification of data, etc. The editors and editorial board shall in no way encourage or permit such misconduct. If the publisher or journal editor becomes aware of any violations in articles that have already been published in the journal, decisions are made in accordance with COPE guidelines.

 Content Licensing

  1. The authors grant the journal the right to publish their manuscript for the first time under the license Creative Commons (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0), which allows others to read freely, download, copy and print submissions, search for content and link to published articles, share their full text and use for any legitimate non-commercial purpose (including educational or scientific) but obligatory link to authors works and the original publication in this journal.
  2. Published original articles may no longer be used by users (other than authors) for commercial purposes or distributed by third part on a fee basis.

Privacy Statement

  1. The editorial board acts within the framework of the law “Protection of personal data and privacy”.
  2. The data provided by the user at the time of registration is used in cooperation with the author and will in no way be shared with any third parties or organizations.
  3. The names and e-mail addresses provided by users at the time of registration on this site will be used just for the implementation of technical tasks: sending notices of publication of new issues and contacting authors, reviewers or editors in the process of preparing articles for publication.
  4. All information provided in the manuscripts shall be kept and not disclosed until their publication.
  5. Editors always protect the confidentiality of personal information obtained through research and other professional activities.
  6. Authors should always obtain written consent for publication from individuals who may recognize themselves or have recognized others (eg, photos). It is possible to publish personal information without the explicit consent if the public interests outweigh if it is impossible to obtain the consent and the person would not be against the publication.

 Data storage and archiving

“Open educational e-environment of modern University”  supports LOCKSS system (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe). Developed by the Stanford University Library, the LOCKSS program provides services and open-source technologies for high-confidence, resilient, secure digital preservation. The LOCKSS software is open source, which provides data preservation by regularly checking the journal's website for new published content and archiving this content. Each archive is constantly checked for compliance; if the content is corrupted or lost, other archives are used to restore it. LOCKSS allows you to save and restore data and materials in the event of the loss.

All materials are archived and stored at the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine.