Preprints, preprint servers, and early reporting of scholarly work
We support the need for authors to share early versions of their work before peer-review publication.
Preprints and preprint servers
A preprint is your article before you have submitted it to a journal for peer review. Preprint servers are online repositories that enable you to post this early version of your research paper online.
If you upload your AOM to a non-commercial preprint server, you can subsequently submit the manuscript to Jurnal Teknologi Laboratorium. We do not consider posting on a preprint server to be duplicate publication and this will not jeopardize consideration for publication.
If you’ve posted your AOM to a preprint server, we ask that, upon acceptance, you acknowledge that the article has been accepted for publication as follows:
“This article has been accepted for publication in "Jurnal Teknologi Laboratorium-www.teknolabjournal.com.”
After publication please update your preprint, adding the following text to encourage others to read and cite the final published version of your article (the “Version of Record”):
“This is an original manuscript of an article published by Jurnal Teknologi Laboratorium on [date of publication], available online: http://www.teknolabjournal.com/[Article DOI].”