ECLSS have various options for publications.
For the Abstracts,
1. Presented academic works (abstracts) will be published in the Abstract Book (with an ISBN) in PDF format, available online after the conference.
For the full manuscripts of research
1. Proceedings Book [ISSN: 1691-5038]
All presented academic works (proceedings) will be published in the Proceedings Book (with an ISBN) in PDF format, available online after the conference.
Journal “Comparative Studies” has been issued annually by Daugavpils University (Latvia) since 2008. The Journal is indexed by Web of Science Thomson Reuters. Journal “Comparative Studies” has also entered into an electronic licensing relationship with EBSCO Publishing and IC Journal Master List. The papers are anonymously peer-reviewed and published upon positive evaluation.
The journal “Comparative Studies” is a peer-reviewed journal that promotes comparative studies and culture criticism as methodological approach in the humanities and cultural studies. The main purpose of the journal is to publish original papers dealing with issues of regional, national, glocal and global aspects of culture, literature, art, theatre, music, small, minor and big literatures, identity, hybridity, migration, cross-cultural, post-colonial and gender studies in a comparative perspective.
3. Social Sciences Bulletin [ISSN 1691-1881 / eISSN 2592-8562]
“Social Sciences Bulletin” is an international scientific Journal in social sciences published by the Daugavpils University (Latvia), twice a year. The Journal aims at stimulating dialogue between researchers in social sciences, as well as socioeconomic policy makers in the European Union member states and beyond. The mission of the Journal is to become the “bridge” between West and East, North and South establishing the platform for scientific discussions in three languages – Latvian, English and Russian.
ERIH Plus (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences)
Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (CEJSH)
World Indisciplinary Network for Institutional Research (WINIR)
Electronic Journals Library of University of Regensburg
IJPES [ISSN: 2325-775X], is the SPONSOR of this conference. IJPES is published jointly by KIE University. Three issues are published triennially, in April, September, and December.
IJPES is an open access scientific journal. Submission and publishing are both free of payments.
IJPES accept manuscripts of original, primary research (theoretical and empirical papers) as well as practical applications (reflections, professional experiences, technological innovations, teaching materials, assessment and intervention materials).
The selection and review process follows international standards of equality, anonymity and quality. Referees are reputed within their academic or professional setting, and come from many countries around the world.
European Journal of Educational & Social Sciences [e-ISSN: 2564-6621] aims to present original research on educational and social sciences in an interdisciplinary perspective covering sociology, education, psychology, politics, theology, anthropology, literature, linguistics, philosophy, history, human geography etc. Research juxtaposing interdisciplinary perspectives are highly welcomed.
The language of the journal will be English and Turkish.
EJESS supports open access policy, so that every article published online can be accessed without any restriction or subscription. Open access is based on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge and scientific contribution.
EJESS uses double-blind review process, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers. All reviewers evaluate the manuscript in terms of originality, methodology and its contributions to the field. EJESS is indexed by