What is OnlineFirst?
OnlineFirst is a feature which allows final revision articles (completed articles in queue for assignment to an upcoming issue) to be hosted online prior to their inclusion in a final print and online journal issue. Online First option involves setting up an electronic version of the article immediately after the positive reviews and its acceptance, but before the placement in a specific volume and allocation pagination.
Online First articles have been peer reviewed, accepted for publication and published online. The articles not yet been assigned to a journal issue. When an article is published in an issue it will be removed from this page.
After the article's online publication, no corrections (including the order of the authors' names) can be made.
Benefits of OnlineFirst
OnlineFirst provides clear benefits to all researchers and users of the journal's online content. Benefits from authors are in benefit from greatly reduced lead times between submission and publication of articles. With Online First, the article can appear online while other articles are being completed for an upcoming issue.
“Articles-in-Press” (AiP) are pre-published versions of accepted articles. Articles in Press (AiP) means that articles have been accepted for publication but which have not been formally published and will not yet have the complete volume, issue and page information.
Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2017.
Online first February, 07. 2017.
CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT (CQI) FRAMEWORK: A CASE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Tooba Sikander, Haris Aziz, Ahmad Wasim, Salman Hussain, Mirza Jahanzaib
Online first February, 12. 2017.
SCENARIO-BASED ELEARNING AND STEM EDUCATION: A QUALITATIVE STUDY EXPLORING THE PERSPECTIVES OF EDUCATORS
David E. Proudfoot, Mansureh Kebritchi
Online first March, 29. 2017.
CURRENT SITUATION OF CIVIL AWARENESS OF UNDERGRADUATE AND PROMOTION STRATEGY RESEARCH
Li Hong-Mei, Li Guo-Jun, Shi Hong-Fei, Feng Zi-Ming
Online first March, 30. 2017.
THE PREREQUISITES OF PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN HUMAN ONTOGENY
Irina M. Sozinova, Alexey A. Sozinov, Seppo J. Laukka, Yuri I. Alexandrov
Online first April, 19. 2017.
GRAMMATICAL PARALLELISM EFFECT IN ANAPHORA RESOLUTION: USING DATA FROM RUSSIAN TO CHOOSE BETWEEN THEORETICAL APPROACHES
Veronika Prokopenya, Tatiana Chernigovskaya
Online first April, 21. 2017.
DIFFICULTIES IN MANIFISTATION OF PREDICTIVE THINKING OF PRESCHOOL SENIOR AGE CHILDREN WITH UNDERDEVELPMENT
Vlada Pishchik, Galina Molokhina