The Electronic Journal of Management, Education and Environmental Technology aims to publish scientific works in undergrad and postgraduate levels (Latu and Stricto Sensu) on the fields of Management, Education and Environmental Technology. Besides, the Journal provides the electronic version of scientific papers linked to the triad teaching, research and extension that fit to any of the subjects aforementioned.
We inform that from November 2016 the Journals REMOA (www.ufsm.br/remoa) and REGET (www.ufsm.br/reget) will accept articles only in English language.
In this case, authors should submit as a supplementary doc a declaration
that the article has been grammatically reviewed.
Prof. Marcelo Barcellos da Rosa
Editor-in-chief REGET and REMOA
Impact Factor for the year 2014: 0.2541
(Based on a work at: Universal Impact Factor)
Its goal is to publish original articles, reviews, updates, case studies, experience reports, and abstracts of thesis and dissertations, all with emphasis in originality and scientific relevance.
Indexers and Database
The journal is indexed by DAIJ, DOAJ, OAJI, Diadorim.
To understand a scientific paper, delve into its parts
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