The editorial staff of Libri Magistri asks the authors to send in their articles with the following rules:

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Each article must be accompanied by: a short summary (200–250 words); a keyword list (max. 10 words) in English and Russian (terms must be translated; foreign names and place names are given in the original); the postal and electronic addresses of the author(s) which will be communicated in the article.

  1. The languages of scientific articles are Russian and English. It is possible to publish articles in other languages by agreement with the editors.
  2. Article should be in the Microsoft Word format 2003 or 2007 in one of the journal's working languages. The article file is named as follows - Name_article (e.g., Ivanov_article).
  3. Maximum number of authors - no more than 3.
  4. Authors provide articles, which have not been previously published anywhere. Percentage of originality is not less than 70%.
  5. Total volume of article (including title, keywords, list of literatures, annotation) - 15,000-20,000 characters with spaces, exceeding the volume of the article is possible by agreement with the editorial boards. Pages are not numbered.
  6. General requirements. SIZE A5. You must use Microsoft Word for Windows to type text. Font - Times New Roman, size - 10. Paragraph - 1 cm, line spacing - 1. Width aligning. All margins of the document are 2 cm wide. Quotes in the text are made out as "herringbone". No page numbering, no transfers, no footnotes. Emphasis and italics are used as text selection tools. We put a space between the author's initials and last name.
  7. Title design (see sample). The first and second lines (left-handed alignment) are used to indicate the BBC and UDC (bold italics). After the interval, the fourth line (right margin alignment) shall contain the initials and surname of the author (in bold italics). On the fifth and following lines (right-hand margin alignment) - author's status and information about him/her (academic degree, title, position, full name of each author, e-mail address of all authors, postal address of the place of work (in italics). After the interval - the NAME of the article (in capital letters bold in the center). The title of the article (not more than 15 words) should briefly reflect the content of the article. It is not recommended to use abbreviations and abbreviations.
  8. The interval should be followed by an abstract of the article (without the word Abstract) in Russian of at least 200 words. The abstract should not repeat the title of the article and should accurately reflect its main content. It is recommended to reflect: the subject of the research, the purpose of the work, the method or methodology of the research, the main results of the work and the scope of the research results.
  9. The interval is followed by Keywords in Russian (no more than 7-10 words/word combinations) without a dot at the end. The set of key words/word combinations should include concepts, terms, names, etc., conceptually significant for the article.
  10. After the text of the article the list of Literatures with automatic numbering in alphabetical order with obligatory indication of the publisher, number or range of pages (Font - Times New Roman, size - 10) should be placed at the interval. The Literature list should contain at least 15 sources. See below as a sample.
  11. The literature list is followed by REFERENCES, it must contain the transliteration list from the LITERATURE section. Sources in foreign languages are not transliterated and are given in the original. Transliteration of names of journals should be accompanied by the official name (corresponding to the name of the edition in RINC science systems, etc.) in English or other foreign language. The names of cities shall be fully indicated: M. - in "References": Moscow.
    The description of Russian, Ukrainian and other works written in non-Latin (English, French, German, Italian, etc.) alphabet begins with transliterated surname of the author(s). Important: you should use the transliteration of the surname(s) used in the publication to which you refer. If there are no transliterations, use either the most common transliteration of this surname (if possible) or transliterate according to general rules using the program at for automatic transliteration.
    Bibliographic description of works published in languages that do not use Latin alphabet consists of two parts: transliteration and translation into English.
  1. The text is recommended to be structured as follows: Introduction - statement of the issue under consideration, relevance, a brief review of the scientific literature on the topic, a clear statement of purpose. The main part of the article should be divided into numbered sections with meaningful titles. Subdivisions are possible. It should contain a description of the material and methods of research, a description of the analysis conducted and the results obtained. Conclusion - the main conclusions of the research.
  2. After REFERENCES in an interval the PAPPER, the NAME of the AUTOR, the information on a place of its work, word Abstract - in the center, Keywords and further the Abstract itself - all in English follow. In English specify the place of work.
  3. Quotation without detailed references (specifying the source and page number in square brackets) is not allowed! References to non-authoritative Internet resources (Wikipedia, etc.) are not allowed.
  4. References to literature are given in square brackets following the pattern [1, 13] or [1, IV, 13], where the first item (1) is the number of the cited source according to the alphabetical list, the second item (appears in some cases) (IV) is the volume number of a multi-volume edition, the third item (13) is the number of the cited page.
  5. Do not use tabulation in the article.
  6. Quotes should be the same outline throughout the text. External quotes - "herringbone" (« »), internal - "paws" (“ ”).
  7. The content of the journal issues can be found on the elibrary website and on the University website;
  8. The Organizing Committee reserves the right to reject articles that do not correspond to the topic and have not received a positive review. Articles which are not executed according to the rules and without English block are not accepted for consideration!!! The decision on the publication is made by the editorial board based on the review of manuscripts and general voting; the decision is communicated to the authors. Materials sent to the editorial board are not returned.
  9. Materials should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  10. Publication of articles is free.