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publisher.contactErnan Santiesteban Naranjo*
publisher.nameEditorial Tecnocientífica Americana**
publisher.addressStreet 613nw 15th in Amarillo, Texas, ZIP 79104, United States*
publisher.countryUnited States**
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publisher.peerreviewpolicyPeer review process The books will be subjected to an evaluation process by the double-blind system. Manuscripts with a negative opinion will be sent to a third reviewer, whose decision will be final. This process can take up to four months, so the authors are notified that once the time limit has expired without having reached a conclusion, they can withdraw the book, after notifying the publishers, and send it to another publisher. The works accepted under the condition of making minor changes, must be updated within a period not exceeding 30 days. The Editorial Tecnocientífica Americana adopts the following evaluation policy: 1.Receipt of the book. 2.Evaluation by the Editorial Board, according to the following criteria for preliminary evaluation. The book must: 3.a) Present an original contribution to the specific research field. 4.b) Be in line with the editorial line of the Editorial Tecnocientífica Americana: related to: - Administration Business Management, Organizations, Accounting - Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries, Aquaculture - Arts, recreation and sports - Pure Science - Social Sciences - Natural Sciences - Computing, programming, computer science - Right. Laws. Jurisprudence - Economy - Medicine - Education - Philosophy - Psychology - Technology and Applied Sciences - Texts for primary school - Texts for secondary schools - University texts 1.c) Addressing the relationship between theory and practice. 2.d) To serve as a reference for other studies and research. 3.e) Obey the number of pages defined in the pattern of the journal (8 to 15), in single spacing. 4.e) Present language correction; 5.f) Attend to the rules for citations and bibliographical references, (g) Include an abstract not exceeding 250 words (in English and Spanish), among others. 3.Submission to peer reviewers (Members of the Editorial Committee and the International Reference Committee). 4.Analysis and confrontation of the opinions: 5.a) The books with favorable opinions are sent to the authors so that they can make the indicated corrections. 6.b) The books with a favorable and unfavorable opinion will be assigned to a third evaluator. 7.c) Books with two opposing opinions will be rejected. 8.d) The final acceptance and publication schedule of the article will only occur after the receipt of the reformulated text. 9.Final revision, final format and conversion to pdf and epub.*
publisher.descriptionThis publisher provides free access to its content, based on the principle of providing the public with free access to research, as this helps to increase global knowledge exchange. Open Access is a movement that promotes free and open access to scientific literature, encouraging its free availability on the Internet and allowing any user to read, download, copy, print, distribute or otherwise legally use it, without any financial, technical or other barriers. The only restriction on distribution and reproduction is to give the author control over the integrity of their work and the right to be properly acknowledged and cited. The main objective of open access is to increase the impact of research by increasing access to it What documents can we find in Open Access? articles doctoral theses congress communications learning objects photos and images audiovisual documents institutional documents heritage collections Paths to open access Green path: archiving or deposit of digital resources in institutional or thematic repositories and/or self-archiving when the deposit is made by the author himself (link to GREDOS self-archiving rules) Golden Route: Publication in open access magazines Both routes are complementary Open Access and Copyright In open access the author maintains control over his work. Intellectual property rights give you the power to decide how to disseminate your work, either in an open or restricted way. Open access is compatible with other types of dissemination, printed or electronic, free or paid. Incompatibility may occur when the works have been previously published and the copyright has been exclusively assigned to the publisher. In this case, making them available in Open Access requires the prior authorisation of the publishers.*

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