Approach and Scope

The Scientia et PRAXIS journal has a transdisciplinary approach based on sustainable innovation. It is referred by specialists in double-blind peers, with open access in electronic format edited by the Academia Mexicana de Investigación y Docencia en Innovación (AMIDI), published every six months. The journal has the scope of all scientific disciplines whose authors have the purpose of disseminating their works in both English and Spanish, unpublished and original, carried out by national and international researchers and academics. Contributions must emphasize a transdisciplinary character; this research strategy focuses on problems that motivate the intersection of at least two disciplines to contribute to solution proposals. The solution proposals are based on sustainable innovation (described both in the Oslo Manual, OECD, 2015 and 2018, as well as in the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals, 2015, called Agenda 2030). The reception of papers to be considered publications must be research articles perceived in their abstract, discussion, and conclusions sections within a clear theoretical (Scientia) and practical (Praxiscontribution, including the special thematic editions by invitation. The papers must be original and unpublished contributions, not simultaneously submitted to other journals.

Scientia et PRAXIS, does not charge (APC. Article Processing Charges) any fee for submitting work for review. The approved articles are hosted on the journal's website with DOIs from Crossref. Also, the articles are reviewed with Turnitin and Grammarly Premium services; the citations are detected via Dimensions services and prepared to be published online.

It is worth noting that the Scientia et PRAXIS journal has more than 50 indexes worldwide for access and consultation.

The website to submit an article to Scientia et PRAXIS:

-Evaluation process-

The time to analyze the fulfillment paper requirements about the policies of a scientific article, similarity evaluation, and relevance assessment is eight weeks, and it takes 12 weeks to be finally published into the Scientia et PRAXIS web portal.    

Similarity evaluation

The authors must ensure that before sending their works, they are evaluated with anti-plagiarism software: Turnitin or iThenticate, to guarantee the applications' originality.

Relevance assessment

In order to measure the quality, feasibility, and scientific rigor of the articles received, the Editorial Board of Scientia et PRAXIS reviews their relevance based on the thematic axis of the journal in its transdisciplinary contribution as well as sustainable innovation. Therefore, the theoretical (Scientia) and practical (Praxis) contributions must be shown in the article's abstract, discussion, and conclusions sections and considered before submitting them to the evaluation system called double-blind peer review carried out by the experts supporting the research journal.

-Editorial Policy-

Scientia et PRAXIS has described its editorial policy based on a privacy statement of the authors' data and the Creative Commons criteria, which favor the global exchange of knowledge that does not imply a monetary cost for the authors in their access documents once accepted and published. In addition, it follows a strict similarity policy of no more than 10% of the content of the articles, as well as a permanent member of Crossref, which assigns a Digital Object Identifier (DOI, Digital Object Identifier) ​​to each of the published works, facilitating linkage in their appointments. On the other hand, Scientia et PRAXIS promotes the digital preservation of information under the LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) and CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) licenses.

Scientia et PRAXIS is against any discriminatory expression of race or gender or hates messages within its content.