Once production of your article has started, you can track the status of your article via Track Your Accepted Article. The International Journal of Educational Research publishes research manuscripts in the field of education. Work must be of a quality and context that the Editorial Board think would be of interest to an international readership.
The aims and scope of the journals are to: Proposals for special issues and individual papers can be on any contemporary educational topic of international interest. Reports of high quality educational research involving any discipline and methodology will be welcome. However, the journal's aim and scope is to ensure it publishes high quality research that could potentially inform research, policy and practice beyond the context of that in which the original work is undertaken.
The research reported does not have to be comparative in the sense of comparing aspects of education in different countries or cultures ; a paper may report research carried out in just one location or cultural setting. Work can be drawn from any context or research paradigm. However, the Journal tends to publish empirical research studies that have clear significance to an international readership.
Therefore, work must have the following features:. As well as papers, which report the findings of empirical research, papers, which provide critical literature reviews of research on specific educational topics of international interest, will also be welcome. The International Journal of Educational Research publishes regular papers and special issues on specific topics of interest to international audiences of educational researchers. Regular issues have an open call for manuscripts.
Strong manuscripts will be reviewed. There is an Editorial Board policy that weaker manuscripts or manuscripts that do not follow the Guidelines for Authors will be rejected before review. Special issues are usually composed of individually invited manuscripts handled by a guest editor. Guest editors have responsibility for putting together the author team and handling the peer review process. Examples of recent Special Issues published in the journal illustrate the breadth of topics that have be included in the journal: Please note that proposals for special issues must be in the format described in the Guide for Authors.
Papers including those in special issues are subject to a peer review process, using an international panel of researchers who are expert in relevant fields. Referees are asked to judge the quality of research and also the relevance and accessibility of a paper for an international audience.
The journal uses single blind review, meaning any reviewers are able to establish the author s of a manuscript. Authors must propose three reviewers for their manuscripts. These reviewers should be international in scope and at least one of them should be from an English language speaking country. Authors should not suggest reviewers from their own institution or reviewers where a conflict of interest may arise for the reviewer. For special issues, referees are asked first to judge the quality of a proposal, and then to judge the entire contents of a draft issue.
Work must be undertaken in an ethical manner. Research must have been undertaken in accordance with Elsevier's guidelines on ethical research available at: This journal has partnered with Heliyon , an open access journal from Elsevier publishing quality peer reviewed research across all disciplines. Authors can quickly and easily transfer their research from a Partner Journal to Heliyon without the need to edit, reformat or resubmit.
Authors submitting their research article to this journal are encouraged to deposit research data in a relevant data repository and cite and link to this dataset in their article. If this is not possible, authors are encouraged to make a statement explaining why research data cannot be shared. There are several ways you can share your data when you publish with Elsevier, which help you get credit for your work and make your data accessible and discoverable for your peers.
Find out more in the Guide for Authors. More information on Research Data Guidelines. International Journal of Educational Research. See also Elsevier Educational Research Programme home. The journal is aimed at all higher education practitioners, irrespective of discipline. It sets out to provide readily accessible, up-to-date information about significant developments within the field, with a view to the sharing and extension of evaluated, innovative practice and the development of ideas.
Suggestions for special issues are welcomed. The journal is interdisciplinary and aims to open up discussion across subject areas by involving all those who share an enthusiasm for learning and teaching. In particular the journal: Topic areas include management and administration, teacher education and training, curriculum, staff and institutional development, and teaching and learning strategies and processes.
The journal encourages debate on contemporary pedagogic issues and professional concerns within the UK and abroad. The journal is committed to promoting excellence in these fields by providing a forum for the debate and evaluation of a wide range of pedagogic issues and professional concerns. The majority of articles will take as their focus: Management and administration, particularly cultural and structural development within the system; Curriculum development and its relationship with institutional and staff development; Teaching and learning approaches, strategies and processes.
The wide coverage allows discussion of topical issues and policies affecting education institutions worldwide. Subjects Educational Research has recently covered include: Articles should be concerned, therefore, with issues bearing on the practical working and policy direction of higher education.
Contributions should, however, go beyond mere description of what is, or prescription of what ought to be, although both descriptive and prescriptive accounts are acceptable if they offer generalisations of use in contexts beyond those being described.
Whilst articles devoted to the development of theory for its own sake will normally find a place in other and more academically based journals, theoretical treatments of direct use to practitioners will be considered. The journal has an objective of improving the status of teaching and learning support as professional activity and embraces academic practice across all curriculum areas in higher education.
The EERJ is not a journal for European educational researchers but a journal about the new frontiers of Europeanization in educational research. It has firm obligations to publish aspects of educational research which illuminate the cases and contexts of the emerging borderless space of European educational research. It is a scholarly publication dealing with major problems and trends in contemporary higher education.
It presents information, interpretations, and criticism in regard to current developments in the field. While focussing primarily on Europe and North America within the context of the other activities of the Centre, it regularly features contributions from other regions of the world as well. Higher Education Policy is an international journal for advancing scholarly understanding of the policy process applied to higher education through the publication of original analyses, both theoretical and practice-based, the focus of which may range from case studies of developments in individual institutions to policy making at systems and at national level.
It encourages contributions that make explicit comparison between systems of higher education and is theme based, involving a common focus or combining articles which individually contribute to an overall topic. A substantial part of its contents is concerned with reporting research findings in ways that bring out their relevance to senior managers and policy makers at institutional and national levels, and to academics who are not necessarily specialists in the academic study of higher education.
Higher Education Quarterly also publishes papers that are not based on empirical research but give thoughtful academic analyses of significant policy, management or academic issues. What is its responsibility to society? Should it extend to all adults, and what can this mean in practice? Is it bound to be conservative in content or method? How can innovation be encouraged? What should be the relationship between individual and institutional freedom and public accountability?
How should they be paid? What should be their conditions of service? The journal is targeted at academics researching in the area of higher level skills, training providers and work based learning practitioners who provide or support the delivery of higher level skills, those who direct policy at institutional and national levels and those whose learning is the focus of this effort.
It also aims to be a staff development tool supporting all those who wish to submit academic work for peer review and possible publication. For faculty, administrators, and policymakers, JGE is the professional forum for discussing issues in general education today. JGE addresses the general education concerns of community colleges, four-year colleges, universities, and state systems. Along with perceptive essays on the role of general education today, JGE features articles on: Innovative methods in teaching and assessment, Profiles of exemplary general education programs, Case studies of successful curriculum development efforts and Reviews of books and monographs related to general education.
This includes highlighting innovative endeavors; critically examining emerging issues, trends, challenges, and opportunities; and reporting on studies of impact in the areas of public service, outreach, engagement, extension, engaged research, community-based research, community-based participatory research, action research, public scholarship, service-learning, and community service.
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Higher Education Policy is an international journal for advancing scholarly understanding of the policy process applied to higher education through the publication of original analyses, both theoretical and practice-based, the focus of which may range from case studies of developments in individual institutions to policy making at systems and. The International Journal of Educational Research publishes research manuscripts in the field of education. Work must be of a quality and context.