e-ISSN: 2183-4008 |
INFORMATION TO AUTHORS
OMNIA is a biannual open access journal that receives unpublished
articles in the areas of science, arts and philosophy.
for publication are signed either individually either in
co-authorship (but for no more than three co-authors).
Authors/co-authors must join their biographical notes (ORCID code
number - https://orcid.org/), and names and surnames they choose to
sign the article (no more than 4 for each person), e-mail address,
professional position and institutional affiliation, and academic
degrees (precising the institutions where they were obtained, as
well as their respective scientific field).
Each journal issue
will have a coordinator who will decide - with the Editorial Board
and/or other experts - about the opportunity and scientific quality
of the papers submitted, using peer review (the identity of the
authors/coauthors being omitted during this process).
Authors/co-authors will subsequently be notified about the
acceptance of their proposals, and may be requested to introduce
some modifications. Before publication, each author/co-author will
receive a form (publication's authorization) to fill and sign. At
last OMNIA’s editor may introduce minor changes, in order to adapt
the articles to the journal’s norms, respecting however their
contents and the author/co-author’s style.
OMNIA accepts articles for publication in
the next issue. Proposals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, in
an attachment (s) to the e-mail message, in Microsoft Word, RTF or
Open Office formats (text, tables and diagrams) and JPEG, TIF or PNG
Title and subtitle:
None of them may exceed 10 words,
and the title must be smaller than the subtitle. Title and subtitle
will be presented in the language in which the article was written
(Portuguese, Spanish, French or English) and also in English; when
the article has been written in English, a title and a subtitle in
Portuguese must also be included (if necessary, the Editorial Board
will translate from English to Portuguese).
It should contain between 100 and 150 words and be written in
the language in which the article was written (Portuguese, Spanish,
French or English) and also in English; when the article has been
written in English, a Portuguese summary should also be included (if
necessary, the Editorial Board will translate from English to
4 to 6 keywords or
expressions will be included, in the language in which the article
was written (Portuguese, Spanish French or English) and also in
English; When the article has been written in English, the keywords
should also be included in Portuguese (if necessary, the Editorial
Board will translate from English to Portuguese).
Bibliograpy must follow APA´s norms, and
they should not exceed 25 references, with two exceptions: the
articles reporting projects - which will include a maximum of 15
references - and the literature reviews - which may include up to 40
be only used for brief information, they must have explanatory
character, and should be restricted to the minimum.
Diagrams, tables, and illustrations:
They must be
included in separate file (s), numbered sequentially using Arabic
numerals and, if not unpublished, they must indicate their source.
Dimensions and formatting:
Articles will be
presented in formatted A4 formatted pages sequentially, with a 2.5cm
margins (top, bottom, right and left). Font: Times New Roman, size
11 and 1,5 line spacing.
They must also obey the following space
limits, according their specific nature:
Articles of theoretical foundation or conceptual reflection -
between 10 and 15 pages.
B – Literature review
articles, critical reviews, project disclosures and thesis
summaries, or other academic work - between 8 and 12 pages.
C - Empirical research articles or articles about
methods and techniques of data collection - between 15 and 25 pages