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Current events

In August 2023 the „Napis” yearbook has been accepted for Scopus database.

According to the announcement of July 17, 2023 published on the website of the Ministry of Education and Science, the academic yearbook „Napis” in the list of scientific journals and reviewed materials from international conferences increased the score from 40 to 70 points (see: link, item 29850).

An artistic calendar for 2023 with selected covers of the „Napis” by Dr. Katarzyna Stanny has been prrinted. It documents the long-term cooperation of the yearbook with the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, see: https://asp.waw.plhttps://wsm.asp.waw.pl.

In 2021, the yearbook was adopted on the Open Edition platform and in 2022 – by the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) database, indexing peer-reviewed open access scientific journals.

According to the criteria required for scientific journals with indexation the article should be submitted together with a set of additional materials (see: Submission guidelines).

„Napis” was a beneficiary of the following programmes:

  • “Support for scientific journals” program for 2019-2020 (as per the decision of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education from April 10, 2019).
  • “Journals” for 2021-2022 (as per the decision of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of February 23, 2021);
Ministry of Culture and National Heritage

„Napis” is a beneficiary of the following programmes:

  • “Development of scientific journals” for 2022-2024 (as per the decision of the Ministry of Education and Science of September 26, 2022).
Ministry of Education and Science Republic of Poland

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