Please wait
skip to Main Content
Special Journals Publisher - SJP - PIC - +256700488917 admin@spparenet.org
Excellence beyond Expectations

Special Pathogens Research Network In Crossref

ENIDs-2021, special

Background for Special journals

The Special Pathogens Research Network is happy to announce that we are now members of the cross-reference family. That confirms that all the 20 journals published by the Special Journals Publisher (SPJ) are now members of the cross-reference family.

Each of our journals can upload papers published by the journals to a cross-reference web base. Indexing is one way to bring the content of a publication to the world stage, where the relevant experts can see and use the published content of the database for the good of the state holders. The “publish or perish” dictum in universities, research institutes, and allied organizations has done well, but it has also hindered career growth for many young researchers worldwide.

We want to replace “publish or perish” with “publish or publish”, We can also develop and operate a system that will accommodate more research from underdeveloped and developing research settings and make the data available to the international research stage through capacity building in responsible research conduct and writing, to provide verifiable data to all professionals to help those in need when, where, and how needed.

Quality, cost-effective, accessible, measurable, innovative, novel, and research-based data are needed to influence growth, meet everyone’s needs, ensure a sustainable population, conserve/enhance the resource base, reposition skills for less exploitation, manage the environment, and impact the economy. Founded on nourishment, environmental preservation, and harmonious interaction between man and nature, SJP’s sustainable development mission is to improve society today and tomorrow.

Preserving nature is crucial to sustainability. Balanced economic growth, ecosystem protection, and equal resource access for all human communities define our strategy. The Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer aims to improve the sustainable development database for tomorrow through non-profit open archives. Strong societies are knowledgeable and have access to crucial information needed to sustain development.

Our 20 Journals can now enjoy all the membership benefits, which include but are not limited to the following facts:

The Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer can generate and manage comprehensive metadata records, which include information about relationships, provenance, contributors, and funding. This ensures that the records are accurate and continue to exist throughout time even when the websites of the original publishers are temporarily down.

Through this action, the Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer contributes to and profits from the reciprocal connections existing across a global network of research objects. In doing so, the Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer is co-creating a Research Nexus for the benefit of society, including potential future generations.

The presence of a Crossref record in a work increases the likelihood that it will be identified. The Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer is now a part of the world’s largest registry of digital object identifiers (DOIs) and metadata for academic research.

Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer work will be connected with more than 150 million other records from over 19,000 other members from about 151 countries. Every month, Crossref is responsible for facilitating an average of 1.1 billion DOI resolves, which may be defined as the clicking of a DOI link. This accounts for 95% of all DOI activity.

In a manner that is consistent and machine-readable, the metadata of the Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer will be freely and publicly shared with others. There are over one billion requests to crossref application programming interface (API) every single month, which means that the Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer does not need to replicate the information for various parties because its metadata is discoverable by thousands of other systems in the worldwide research ecosystem.

The Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer may have access to one-of-a-kind resources designed to promote research integrity. These tools may include the incorporation of Crossmark status buttons on your landing sites and PDFs, as well as the utilization of Similarity Check to screen for instances of text-based plagiarism.

To engage in the governance of Crossref, the Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer has the opportunity to vote in our board elections and/or to run for a seat.

There are numerous opportunities for the Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology, and Cancer to engage with the entire community, work together to develop solutions to problems that affect everyone, influence the creation of our roadmap, and take part in discussions.

Loading

Back To Top
We use cookies in order to give you the best possible experience on our website. By continuing to use this site, you agree to our use of cookies.
Accept