SLOAP is publisher of academic journals that gather scholars, researchers, scientists involved in natural and humanist sciences. All our journals are published as open access journals that strive for the development and academic excellence. Authors, readers, librarians interested in linguistics, literature, IT, management, engineering, social sciences are welcome to check our journals and establish cooperation with us. The universities, institutes, research institutions, artists, scholars, cultural workers and institutions are welcome to archive issues of our journals and offer free issues with aticles to their researchers, students, young scientists and other interested audiences.
Our journals are published on line on web platform Open Journal Systems developed by PKP since we believe in freedom of sharing of scholarly content with respect of Creative Commons license that we used for our work. You can find our journals on OJS installation on our server. Each our journal has developed editorial policies, rules and guidelines for authors and reviewers. If you want to submit paper to our journals please read carefully their policies.
SLOAP is currently publisher of the following journals:
You can find more information about those journals by clicking on links that will direct you to their pages with detailed explanation of aims, scope, editorial boards, various policies and submission workflow. We provide free submission processing without publishing fees because we believe that authors should not be prevented to publish their work if they are not able to cover various costs. The scientific quality is more important for us. Accepted articles will get assigned DOI numbers without additional costs to authors. In addition, we will do our best to establsih cooperation with various indexing agencies in order to help authors to share their work more efficiently.
Workflow in all journals is designed with aim to cover all necessary aspects of submission, review, copyediting, production and publishing. We practise double blind peer review process in which neither reviewers nor authors will not know each other names so review can be impartial, objective and based only on academic rigor and scientific criteria.