Publication Etics are an important concern for editors, peer-reviewers, and authors of Orbital: Jurnal Pendidikan Kimia. Ethical duties and responsibilities are written in the light of the guides made by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Retrieved from http://publicationethics.org/files/Code_of_conduct_for_journal_editors_Mar11.pdf
Editor’s responsibilities for Publication decisions
General duties and responsibilities of Orbital: Jurnal Pendidikan Kimia’s editor:
Reviewers' responsibilities for helping Orbital’s editorial decisions
Research articles or Manuscripts submitted to Orbital: Jurnal Pendidikan Kimia are initially reviewed by the editors for general fit with Orbital: Jurnal Pendidikan Kimia focus and scope and for the writing quality. Only those research articles meeting the Orbital: Jurnal Pendidikan Kimia focus and scope will be sent to reviewers for a double blind review. Review time is typically 4-6 months.
Editors must obey laws on confidentiality in their own jurisdiction. Regardless of local statutes, however, they should always protect the confidentiality of individual information obtained in the course of research or professional interactions (e.g. between doctors and patients). It is therefore almost always necessary to obtain written informed consent for publication from people who might recognize themselves or be identified by others (e.g. from case reports or photographs). It may be possible to publish individual information without explicit consent if public interest considerations outweigh possible harms, it is impossible to obtain consent and a reasonable individual would be unlikely to object to publication
Disclosure and conflicts of interest
Rejected manuscripts, papers, or articles and their materials submitted to Orbital: Jurnal Pendidikan Kimia are extremely seriously not allowed to be used by Orbital: Jurnal Pendidikan kimia’s editor and any editorial members for their own interests and purposes. All will be archived in the system confidentially. Orbital: Jurnal Pendidikan kimia’s reviewers must not use confidential information obtained from reviewing any manuscripts for personal purposes. They must keep all information confidential. Orbital’s reviewers must NOT review any manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest due to their relationships with the authors of the reviewed manuscripts. They must inform the editor as soon as possible if they find the case.