The confidentiality of the authors is important, therefore the editorial board of the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical discourse" considers manuscripts as confidential documents. This statement describes personal information practices for the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse", in particular, which kind of information is collected and monitored as the information used.
The user can visit the website of the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse" without registration or providing personal information. When visiting a website, collecting impersonal information about users is only displayed as a total of country views.
The registration form on the website requires that users provide us with personal information such as surname, name, email address, place of work and position, phone number, etc. The user's personal information is used, if necessary, to contact him/her. This personal information also allows to inform about updating sections of the site of the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical discourse". The information is kept as confidential as possible. The editorial board of the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse" does not sell the registered e-mail addresses of registered users, does not share information with advertisers or other websites.
Compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is ensured by the functions of the OJS content management system in the electronic personal cabinet of the user, as well as the possibilities of feedback from the editorial board.
The manuscripts of the article are reviewed with due respect for the Author’s / authors' privacy. Submitting their manuscripts to the review, the Author / authors trust the editorial board the results of their scientific work and creative efforts, on which their reputation and career may depend. The rights of the Author / authors may be violated in the event of disclosure of confidential information during the review of manuscripts. Reviewers also have the right to privacy, which is maintained by the Chief Editor. Confidentiality may only be violated if there is fraud or academic failure. In other cases, it is adhered to.
The editorial board does not disclose information about the manuscripts of articles (including their receipt, content, status in the process of consideration, critique of reviewers or final fate) to other persons except the Author / authors and reviewers. This includes requests for the use of materials for legitimate actions.
The editorial board clearly explains to its reviewers that the manuscripts submitted for review are the property of the Author / authors. Therefore, reviewers and members of the editorial board respect the rights of the Author / authors without discussing publicly their work and not assigning their ideas. Reviewers are not allowed to make copies of manuscripts for their files, and also it is forbidden to pass it to other persons. Transfer to other persons may only be carried out with the permission of the Chief Editor. Reviewers must return or destroy copies of article manuscripts after submission the reviews. The editorial board does not keep copies of rejected manuscripts.
Comments by reviewers can not be published or otherwise disclosed without the permission of the Reviewer, the Author / authors, and the Chief Editor.
Reviews are not published along with manuscripts of articles. However, reviewers' comments may be sent to other people who review the same manuscript, which helps reviewers understand the review process.