Scope and policy
The Journal of the Campus Research Director at Libre University, Cali, ENTRAMADO, is a semiannual publication in which local and international researchers, teachers, and students express themselves through their intellectual production, arising from scientific or technological research, thus giving rise to articles of research, reflection, bibliographic reviews which follow a rigorous research methodology with significant contributions to particular areas of knowledge, their thought in various disciplines, with articles selected by the editorial committee and duly reviewed by anonymous academic peers with a recognized track record (double blind review). It is classified as a multidisciplinary journal which covers multiple aspects related to social and human sciences, engineering, health sciences, agricultural science, and various fields of knowledge of a scientific nature.
The authors are held accountable for their articles and, therefore, articles published in the journal do not reflect the principles or policies of either Libre University or the Editorial Committee.
The publication operates according to the Creative Commons (CC), "Some rights reserved" in the Attribution- Non-Commercial-Share Alike mode. For the CC licenses, the principle is creative freedom. This system is not opposed to authorship rights, but rather complements them. We are conscious of the importance of the rights of the author in our culture. Creative Commons provides a system which automates the search for "common" content or content under CC license. In that way, when a work is licensed, the creator establishes general conditions which are digitally incorporated into the work, in such a way that a search engine can identify them and chose the most appropriate one.
Entramado is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- Non Commercial-Share Alike 4.0 International.
Ethics & publication good practices
ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF AUTHORS
The list of authors should include only those persons who have contributed intellectually to the development of the article. The declaration of authorship accurately reflects individual contributions to the work. The authors agree to take collective responsibility for the article presented and published. Entramado Journal declines any responsibility for any disputes regarding the authorship of the works published in the Journal.
Sources of funding
Authors should declare both the funding sources and potential conflicts of interest.
Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to partially reproduce material (text, tables, figures) of other publications. Permission must be sought from both the author and the publisher of the material.
Redundant or duplicated publication
The Journal does not accept previously published material and will not consider for publication manuscripts that are simultaneously submitted to other journals, or redundant or duplicative publications, that is, articles that substantially superpose another already published one, whether printed or in electronic form. It is necessary to cite and include the references of these previous publications in the new manuscript. Authors should be aware that not disclosing that material submitted for publication has been totally or partially published constitutes a serious breach of scientific ethics.
Form and preparation of manuscripts
Each article must contain the following items:
A page with a presentation of the article.
Body of the article
Footnotes. Footnotes will show only explanatory information. They will be numbered consecutively and will contain no graphics.
Textual citations. This is material cited from another source. A short textual citation (with fewer than 40 words) is incorporated in the text and enclosed in double quotes. Citations longer than 40 words should be placed in a separate block of text, without quotes, with smaller font size. In any event, the author, the year, and the specific page of the text cited should be present, and the complete reference should be included in the list of references. The quotes must be faithful; that is, there should be no modifications made to the text, even if words are misspelled. It should not be underlined or italicized, and in cases where the author wishes to add emphasis, he or she may italicize the text and then add the words "[italics added]" in brackets. The page number should be added only in cases of textual citation (including graphics and tables).
Guidelines for presenting bibliographic references: for one work per author are incorporated in parentheses (surname, year of publication) in the body of the text. If the author's name is part of the narrative, only the year of publication of the article is included in parentheses. When the date and surname are part of the sentence, they are not placed between parentheses.
Examples for citing a work by one author in the text:
Works by multiple authors. When a work has two authors, both must be cited each time that the reference occurs in the text. When a work has three, four, or five authors, all the authors are cited the first time that the reference occurs in the text. In subsequent citations of the same work, cite the surname of the first author followed by the phrase "et al." and the year of publication. When a work has six or more authors, cite only the surname of the first author, followed by the phrase "et al." and the year of publication, starting from the first time that the reference appears in the text (nevertheless, in the list of references, the surnames of all the authors are listed).
Example for citing works with multiple authors in the text:
In the event that two or more works by different authors are cited in the same reference, the surnames and respective publication years, separated by a semicolon, are written within the same set of parentheses.
ICONTEC standards and guidelines for bibliographic references or sources of information NTC 56134, and NTC 44905, July 2008
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS - NTC 5613
Author. Title. Subtitle. Subordinated Responsibility (optional). Edition (if not the first). City: Editor, year of publication. Page. Accompanying material (optional). Series (optional). ISBN (optional)
JOURNAL ARTICLE - NTC 5613
Author (s) of the article. Title of the article. In: Title of periodical (underlined and followed by a colon). Date of publication, month and year (full month name). Number of volume. Number of delivery. Numbering, beginning and ending number.
LEGAL STANDARDS - NTC 5613
Jurisdiction (country, department or municipality, in all caps). Ministry or entity responsible (in all caps). Designation and number of legal standard. Date of legal standard (day, month, year). Name of the legal standard, if any. Title in that officially appears. Place of publication. Date of publication. Number. Page.
TECHNICAL STANDARDS - NTC 5613
Responsible entity. Title. Code standard (if not part of the title). Edition. Place of publication. Editorial. Year. Page.
ELECTRONIC SOURCES OF INFORMATION NTC 4490
1 COLCIENCIAS CLASSIFICATIONS of scientific and technological articles/
2 COLCIENCIAS CLASSIFICATIONS of scientific and technological articles/
Sending of manuscripts
Sending the articles:
The TOTALLY REVIEWED work must be e-mailed to
ENTRAMADO, addressed to:
If it is sent via traditional mail, a laser-printed copy, accompanied by a CD, should be included, specifying the author's name and the file name.
Universidad Libre - Cali
The following must also be attached to the submission whether mailed or e-mailed:
The application forms, author's bios, and template of guarantee and assignment of rights are available at the following website: http://www.unilibrecali.edu.co/investigacion/revistaentramado. html - Submenu "Author's Guide"
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