1. The manuscript written for ICoSSIT covers the results of research in the field of Computer Sciences, Sciences and Technology, Educational Sciences, Social Sciences and Arts, Management and Economics, or Literatures. The manuscript is written in English, Prance, Arabic, Russian, or China.
  2. ICoSSIT does not accept texts by email. Manuscripts must be sent via the web system. For those who have never registered, please register first.
  3. Manuscripts that are sent are * .doc or * .docx files
  4. The manuscript page is expected to be an even number.
  5. The writing of the manuscript must follow the rules provided in the ICoSSIT template. Please download the ICoSSIT Template.
  6. The writing of the manuscript is recommended with the following structural sections: INTRODUCTION - METHODS - RESULTS AND DISCUSSION - CONCLUSION - ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (optional). Clear theorems do not need to be written, just cited when needed. Evidence or theory whose truth is not yet clear which the author makes clear by developing it can be added after the Introduction.
  7. Citation and bibliography used preferably in the last 5 years and mainly originated from reputable journals. References from journals of at least 80% of those written.
  8. Every script in ICoSSIT will be reviewed by reviewers with a blind review system. All review processes are done online through the web system and the development of the manuscript can be monitored by the author through the web system.
  9. The time each document is sent until it has been accepted by the editor will not be the same depending on the review process of each manuscript. The editor cannot guarantee the exact time of publication when the new manuscript is sent by the author.
  10. Inspection and editing of print are done by the editor and/or by involving the author. Manuscripts that have already been printed can be unloaded by the editor if found to be problematic.
  11. Everything related to licensing the citation or use of computer software for making manuscripts or other matters related to intellectual property rights carried out by the manuscript writer, along with the legal consequences that may arise because of it, are the full responsibility of the manuscript writing.