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Creation and Implementation of Interactive Model for Training of Academic Authors: How to Publish Successfully Research Publications

  • Ivanka Yankova
  • Rumelina Vasileva
  • Tzvetelina Dimitrova
  • Kamelia Nusheva
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 552)

Abstract

Research reliability, innovation policy as requirements of program Horizon 2020 provoke processes of self-assessment, monitoring, result measurement including ethic and social impact. This article proposes matrix for competences’ assessment and quality improvement of authors of research papers. The model offers interactive tools for: information search, evaluation, investigation and management of research reports. It integrates interactive tool for training of publishers, authors, students or successful publishing in internationally influential scholarly journals. The model is oriented towards the target groups of researchers – professors, associate professors, assistants, graduate students, research teams from educational and cultural institutions The methodology consists of: (1) interdisciplinary science metrics’ modeling of the processes of distribution of research papers in scholar publications integrated in system of impact improvement of scientific publications; (2) informing, consulting, training of the target groups. The projected result is to obtain measurement and comparison of research based on the implementation of the model.

Keywords

Applied-science products Impact factor Indicators Innovative strategy Intelligent growth Interactive model Interactive training Knowledge society Redesign Science-metrics 

Notes

Acknowledgments

This paper is a result of research activities in the frame of a research project, “Redesign of Academic Journals in Accordance with Impact Factor Indicators and Benchmarks for Achieving the Smart Growth in Modern Society of Knowledge”, financed by the Fund “Scientific Research” of the Ministry of Education and Science of Bulgaria, Contract No. 02/2K DFNI of 12.12. 2014.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ivanka Yankova
    • 1
  • Rumelina Vasileva
    • 1
  • Tzvetelina Dimitrova
    • 1
  • Kamelia Nusheva
    • 1
  1. 1.The State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies (SULSIT)SofiaBulgaria

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