Submissions

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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission must not have been previously published nor has it been submitted for consideration by any other journal.
  • All the illustrations, figures, and tables must be placed in the appropriate place near the first mention, instead of at the end of the manuscript. Check the TESEA Journal template to know the appropriate form to create tables. 
  • The submission is accompanied by a cover letter to the editor (free format), where the contribution and relevance of the article are explained, and where the authors express their commitment to not submitting the article simultaneously to other journals. The letter is in PDF format and provided as a separate file. 
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements summarized in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

New Submission 

Please Login or Register in the TESEA Journal System to submit your manuscript.  

Submission Preparation Checklist 

Before submitting a contribution to the TESEA Journal System, we encourage the authors to consider each of the following items. The editor may return submissions that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The article must not have been previously published or submitted for consideration by any other journal. 
  • The plagiarism match percent from a single source must not be greater than 30%.
  • The manuscript file must be generated as a single PDF following the instructions in the journal template available (below) in Microsoft Word or LaTeX. 
  • The text must adhere to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements summarized in the Author Guidelines.
  • TESEA Journal follows a single-blind review procedure. However, the authors are not required to disclose their identities or affiliations in the manuscript. 
  • The article must contain Title, Abstract, and Keywords in English and Spanish if the document's body is in Spanish. For articles in English, the information in Spanish is not mandatory. 
  • The figures, tables, and their captions should be placed within the document, near the first mention of each figure in the text. Check the TESEA Journal template to know the appropriate form to create tables. 
  • The submission must be accompanied by a cover letter to the editor (free-format), where the contribution and relevance of the article are explained and where the authors express their commitment to not submitting the article simultaneously to other journals or conferences. The letter must be in PDF format and provided in a separate file. 
  • The authors are encouraged to provide three specialists in the field of contribution with a Ph.D. who can serve as reviewers. (Name, email, affiliation, country).

The revised version of the manuscript must be submitted with the following items: 

  • A letter to the editor summarizing the changes made in the manuscript and describing how the paper was improved. This letter can be made in a free format and attached in a PDF format. 
  • A punctual response to the reviewers describing the manuscript changes and how their comments were considered in the revised version. (freestyle, PDF format). 
  • Optionally: a revised version of the manuscript with the changes highlighted (PDF format). 
  • The length of the manuscript is not limited.  
  • Please name the main document MAIN_Manuscript.PDF for easy identification inside the TESEA Journal System. 

 

Article template  

To make your initial submission process as easy as possible and to make it easier for the editors and referees to review your manuscript, we require only a single PDF document containing the text and figures. Click here to download the sample template with formatting instructions in PDF.

A LaTeX template is available to assist you with formatting. Click here to open the Latex Template in the Overleaf authoring tool. LaTeX manuscripts should be uploaded as a compiled PDF for review and as a .zip file, including the manuscript, locally compiled PDF, bibliography, and all referenced style files and figures.

Overleaf logo Overleaf was originally developed to simplify LaTeX authorship. This free online tool has numerous benefits, including:

  • Real-time collaboration between authors.
  • An intuitive user interface.
  • User support and LaTeX help.
  • Easy document sharing and security options.
  • Real-time preview of formatting and equations.
  • Inline error warnings.
  • A rich-text mode that looks familiar to collaborators who are more comfortable authoring in Microsoft Word.

Continuous publication

Starting July 2022, TESEA will implement a continuous publication model. Therefore, approved articles will be published online first on the journal website and grouped into two issues: January-June and July-December.

 

Articles

A full-length manuscript presenting original work intended as a regular contribution to the journal.

Reviews

An article reviewing a particular topic or field. Review papers are typically invited papers written by a highly regarded expert in the field. Review articles summarize progress made in a particular research or development area during a specified period and summarize the current state of the art.

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