RESEARCH


IJRI - International Journal of Research and Innovations is a broad spectrum peer reviewed open access journal that deals with the studies of all offshoots of the findings of research and reviews related to any subject.

As an international, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, we welcome original empirical investigations. The papers may represent a variety of theoretical perspectives and different methodological approaches. They may refer to any age level, from infants to adults and to a diversity of learning and instructional settings from classroom to informal learning. They may rest on the full spectrum of established methodologies, from wet-laboratory experiments to real time field observations. The major criteria in the review and the selection process concern the significance of the contribution to the area of learning and instruction.

IJRI - International Journal of Research and Innovations is open for the publications from schools, colleges, universities, medical institutions, industries and other private institutions who want to showcase their amateur research work. This journal aims towards the development of scientific writings and presentation skills of undergraduates and graduates. The editorial board permits and promotes the graduates and undergraduates students to publish their dissertation, internship or any review work.

IJRI - amateur series has broad horizon that deals with the findings of research and reviews related to any subject.

IJRI - International Journal of Research and Innovations - animated series is a broad spectrum peer reviewed open access journal that deals with the findings of research and reviews related to any subject.

This novel animated series of publication will have 4-6 minutes of audio-visual animated video of your research work with an voiceover and subtitles of your choice. It would be an easy and efficient way of presenting your work to the subscribers and viewers of your interest. The subscribers/viewers/readers can comprehend your work in less than 5 minutes which escalates the chances of your citations as well.

Why animated series?

Explain, educate, entertain:- Who doesn’t like watching cartoons? If you present your message and information to your audience in the form of something enjoyable and memorable, you’ll leave a lasting impression and form a stronger relationship, making them more likely to respond with citations. Several studies showed that people are 50% more likely to retain information when it is delivered in both a visual and audio format (such as animated video) than visual or audio alone.

What could be greater than saving time?

People are more likely to watch a video than read a lengthy document or website. An animation will not only save your audience time but also make sure your message gets across. If you are publishing your research work through conventional method, it would take a lot of time for a reader to comprehend and analyze it but you can overcome these hurdles just by playing the animation rather than reading pages and pages.

Video is a powerful education tool:

With the rise of social media, smartphones and tablets, more and more video is being watched and shared as it becomes the standard way of presenting information. When it comes to online education, video is as indispensable as a website or research transcripts.

Boost Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of your research work :

The popularity of online research animation continues to grow steadily- in some parts of the world, 95% of the population regularly watch online research animation. And with the development of smart televisions, people are watching online research videos in their labs, living rooms as well as on their personal gadgets.

A research animation on Youtube – which can also appear on your own website – can attract online search and direct traffic to your research work. Youtube’s home page is the second-most popular search on the web, behind only Google search. And research animations appear in Google search rankings, giving you two chances to be found for each research animation.