ISSN 2168-1333

Author Guidelines


  • Preparation
     
    • Paper should address the field of global literacies, technologies (Web 2.0, social media, new media, mobile apps and pedagogy, cloud computing, etc.), and emerging pedagogies. 
    • JOGLTEP welcomes a variety of theoretical, conceptual, methodological, and empirical/research-based papers.
    • Author(s) should either follow American English (AE) or British English (BE), or they should be consistent.
    • Writings should be clear, concise, and consistent.
    • The submission must be original; it neither has been previously published, nor has been considered for publication nor  under review  in other  journals or elsewhere.

  • Presentation
     
    • Article length should not exceed 6000 words including the abstract.
    • Article title should not exceed 25 words.
    • Article title page with author details (email ID, short bio, and institution) must be in a separate page; author's name/s must be removed from the manuscript; if an author is cited, “author” and year should be used.
    • Article should include an abstract upto 175 words.
    • Articles should include keywords not exceeding 5 words.
    • Article classification should be indicated (e.g. research/empirical, methodological, theoretical, position paper, and interviews, etc.).
    • Appropriate headings and subheadings are required.
    • Article must follow the most current APA (6th edition) style guide.
    • Figures, tables, images, and multimedia files
      • Figures and tables should be placed within the texts with captions.
      • Images should be sent in seprate files using JPEG, Ping, or TIFF formats.
      • Multimedia files should be sent in separate files using flash or mp3 formats; multimedia materials (e.g. videos) should be between 3-5 minutes in length.
    • References should be in the current APA (6th edition) style format. 

  • Review process
     
    • First a desk/home review will be conducted by editors. Next, each paper will be sent for a blind review, at least to be reviewed by three different reviewers. Reviewers’ recommendations will indicate whether paper is rejected, accepted or to be revised for publication.

  • Post-acceptance/publication (final submission)
     
    • For the accepted papers, author(s) should complete final proofs and edits.