• ORCID - Connecting Research and Researchers


    We are pleased to invite journal authors to join the open access database of researchers.

    ORCID provides individual researchers with free of charge identifiers that can be added to their names under which they conduct their research, academic and innovation activities.

    ORCID iD makes it possible to uniquely identify a researcher when submitting a publication or a grant application, as well as during any research-related activity.

    An individual researcher profile provides all available information on a researcher’s professional activities and also links it to other identifiers (e.g., Scopus, ResearcherID, or LinkedIn).

    ORCID is a non-profit organization supported by a global community of organizational members, including research organizations, publishers, funders, professional associations, and other stakeholders in the research ecosystem.

    As of 2017, the system has registered more than 4 million identifiers.

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  • The Journal Invites Reviewers for Collaboration


    The Editorial Board of the journal invites researchers to collaborate in peer reviewing manuscripts.

    We invite researchers in physical education and sport for a long-term collaboration as external reviewers. You can contact the Editorial Board either in person or through the journal website and e-mail.

    External peer review is carried out for free. Reviewers who actively collaborate with the Editorial Board receive priority when publishing articles in our journal.

    To register as an external reviewer, please e-mail your resume to the Editorial Board at tmfv@tmfv.com.ua.

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  • The Journal Included in the Directory of Open Access Journals


    The DOAJ Team has made a decision to include the journal Teorìâ ta Metodika Fìzičnogo Vihovannâ in its directory. The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is an international and multidisciplinary directory of open access journals.

    DOAJ contains over 11,000 titles of research journals and their articles' metadata. The Directory aims to cover all open access academic journals that adhere to the general principles for the quality of research publications, thereby contributing to their dissemination, usage and promotion of the Open Access movement.

    Currently, DOAJ is integrated into digital libraries of universities around the world. This increases the visibility of journals represented in the Directory, as well as their citation rate and impact factor.

    The Directory has been functioning since 2003, maintained by Lund University Library (Sweden) and funded by the Open Society Institute.

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