The times of a production process are variable, according to the complexity of the manuscript and aspects associated with its graphic features. However, a manuscript, including the interactions with the authors, must be edited in an average time that can range from 8 to 15 days. This means that the complete publication of an issue of the journal can be carried out over 3 or 4 months.
Post-publication is a new term that can be used to refer to the processes of diffusion, dissemination, and appropriation of scientific work, after its online publication. Journals develop scientific communication policies, protocols, and strategies to encourage consultation of their content and reach the specialized public to which it is directed, mainly, but also the general public that may benefit or have some kind of impact from the results of a research.
Below are some key aspects of access to the journal and the uses of its contents.
Hispanic Linguistic Notebooks journal is open access, under the "diamond" model, which means that there is no stipulated cost for the authors, neither in the submission phase nor for processing, editing, or publishing a manuscript approved by peers. In short, their process is completely free for authors.
The journal obtains its operating resources from the Editorial Unit and the Master in Linguistics at UPTC. Its purpose is not commercial but scientific and seeks to provide a service to the scientific community in linguistics, by disseminating and offering scientific knowledge validated by peers.
Archive and Preservation
Authors can self-archive the final version of the article published in the journal in their institutional repositories or on their institutional website. However, authors are invited to always register their articles published in the journal Cuadernos de Lingüística Hispánica by their link to the active DOI and to use the DOI in social networks, curriculum vitae (CV), and online academic profiles.
The journal, for its part, will file its published articles in the repositories of indexing systems to which it belongs, such as SciELO, and Redalyc, or will automatically register new content published in repositories such as the DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals).