Peer Review Process – ARTA Journal

Peer Review Process

Reviewers play an essential role in the publication of ARTA Journal articles. Peer reviewing is a process of scrutinizing, which helps the authors to improve the quality of their articles before publication. With the growth in the speech science information available for public consumption, and the number of organizations promoting research publication in the open access domain, the need for feedback of each article for holding its legitimacy and uniformity is crucial. Any article published in the ARTA journal will undergo a peer review process before publishing as an online or printed publication.

In order to maintain quality and to validate the research done by the authors, the data will be submitted to one or more advisory persons who has made noteworthy contributions in the subjects field. They will rigorously validate the quality and also the new innovations of the submitted articles by the experts before entering into the final step of the publication process. All the articles submitted to ARTA open access journal will be subjected for minimum of three peer-review process to maintain the superiority and authenticity of the journal.

Merits of Peer Review Process:

• The article is sent to other researchers who have significant contribution in the same field.
• Feedback will be provided during the peer review process in order to improve the quality of the article.
• The reviewer informs the editor whether or not the study meets the high standards in quality to be published.
• The reviewer’s improvements and suggestions about the article are sent to the authors who may then revise their article and resubmit it for consideration.
• The articles which received final approval from peer reviewers and also meet the study quality with research originality will be accepted for publication in the ARTA Journal.
• The manuscript which doesn’t meet the required quality standards and insufficient novelty will not be accepted for the publication.