1. Ethics Statement                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Journal editors, authors, and reviewers are required to ensure that best practices and ethical standards are maintained. Editors and reviewers of EIP manuscripts are required to assess manuscripts fairly and maintain confidentiality. Research submitted to EIP journal must be the author's own original work with any cited text referenced, and must not be under consideration or accepted elsewhere.

If the manuscript contains materials that overlap with work that is being reviewed or accepted for publication in other journals, the authors must cite or reference this work.

We allow self-citation, but authors must avoid extensively referencing their own work in order to increase their own citation score. In case a new manuscript is a continuation of previously published work and self-citation is not avoidable, it should be stated in the Acknowledgements section.

The EIP Journal does not accept manuscripts that have previously been submitted and rejected due to review comments. Otherwise, the Editorial Board would need to know why the author(s) is resubmitting the same article.

  1. Plagiarism Policy

The Educational Innovation Practice Journal is committed to protecting its reputation from malpractice. An article containing plagiarism may be removed and the author may be banned from publishing in the journal. The Urkund anti-plagiarism service is used to detect overlapping and similar text in all submitted works.

Without proper citation, EIP Journal does not tolerate the use of another person's work. This also applies to self-plagiarism when using previously published work or parts of it. This also applies to work written in English or any foreign language.

Additionally, the submitted manuscript is checked for intellectual property protection and document-versus-document(s) analysis to ensure that it has not been plagiarized. 

Plagiarism takes place when one author deliberately uses another’s work without permission, credit, or acknowledgment. Authors must always remember that crediting the work of others (including your advisors or your own previous work) is paramount. Authors should always place their work in the context of the advancement of the field and acknowledge the findings of others on which you have built their research.