A total of 36 editorial collections obtain the CEA-APQ Academic Publishing Quality seal

Thirty-six editorial collections have been recognized for their scientific and editorial quality for the next five years after having obtained the CEA-APQ Academic Publishing Quality seal.

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28 June 2022 Tuesday 01:04
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A total of 36 editorial collections obtain the CEA-APQ Academic Publishing Quality seal

Thirty-six editorial collections have been recognized for their scientific and editorial quality for the next five years after having obtained the CEA-APQ Academic Publishing Quality seal. All of them have passed the requirements that this distinction demands in terms of informative quality, editorial policy, editorial processes and reputation and prestige.

Of the twenty-five collections that were presented for renewal, twenty-three have managed to renew this seal of quality, which means good news, since it represents a constant in the good practices that were recognized in the first call.

As for those that have been presented for the first time, thirteen of them, out of a total of fifteen, have obtained the seal. These are: Art Texts Series (University of the Basque Country), Architecture (University of Seville), Legal Studies (University of Salamanca), Humanities Research (University of Oviedo), Architecture, Urbanism and Restoration (University of Granada), Philosophy and Thought (University of Granada), Biographical Library of the Spanish Renaissance (University of Huelva), Pedagogies UB (Universitat de Barcelona), Estudis d´Antropologia Social i Cultural (Universitat de Barcelona), Editum Artes (University of Murcia), Patrimoni Literari ( Universitat Rovira i Virgili), Arts and Humanities (University of Jaén) and Politics and Society in the History of Spain (Center for Political and Constitutional Studies).

Many of them are collections that have already been born following this regulation, therefore, "it implies a commitment of university publishers with the standards set by this system of validation of the editorial quality of scientific collections", as Joaquín Corbacho has underlined. , administrator of the label, who explains that "the paradigm of publishing research results in the form of monographs in Spanish universities has been revolutionized."

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