Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
• Manuscript length (except for book reviews, Community Voices and Creative Wroks sections) is approximately 6,000 words, including tables, figures and references; longer pieces may be considered.
• Details of authors have not been included on the manuscript (to facilitate anonymous review of the article).
• Manuscript is not under consideration with any other journal.
• Manuscript is submitted in Word .doc or .docx format.
• Text is standard font (e.g. Arial, Times New Roman) at least 11 point and no more than 13 point (except for title and headings) with margins set at between 2.5 and 3 cm.
• Lines in the manuscript are one-and-a-half or double-spaced throughout.
• Heading levels are clearly marked. This is best achieved by numbering headings (e.g. 1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.2.1). Up to three orders of headings is acceptable.
• Only the first word and proper nouns in a title are capitalized.
• Footnotes have been kept to a minimum and numbered consecutively.
• Figures and tables have been integrated into the text. All figures and tables should be numbered consecutively.
• Information is included in the paper concerning ethical clearance provided for the study (if relevant).
• APA style (6th edition) has been used for in text references and reference list (bibliography).
• doi for articles, where available, has been included in the reference list (do not include URL if doi is available).
• All hyperlinks from text and references have been removed.
• Metadata details (when submitting article through journal website) have been completed, including: all author and co-author contact and affiliation details, manuscript type, keywords, abstract, and bibliography.
General Refereed PapersPapers appearing in this section are drawn from the submission received after undergoing double blind peer review and editorial review. Submission is only by the website and requires the author/s to submit according to the requirements laid out in the initial submission pages.
Book ReviewsRegistered journal users may self-nominate or will be invited to write reviews of books received from publishers or via direct contact with the Editorial Team. Details of Books to be reviewed may be circulated by email to users.
Creative ContentPlease submit any form (audio-visual, fiction, poetry, etc.) Creative content related to issues of comparative and international education here. If you have any specific queries, please do feel free to liase with our Editorial Team ahead of or upon submission at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This section is intended to highlight voices of the many and varied education actors working in areas of relevance in comparative and international education. We encourage submissions from a range of education practitioners (education leaders, civil society and non-government actors, policy professionals, etcetera), to contribute pieces related to their professional experiences and / or perspectives to wider discussions in the journal.
Contributions in this section will be peer reviewed; the Editorial Team may contact authors to suggest options/suggestions of relevant potential reviewers in cases where we may need assistance in identifying them.
Festival of OCIES 2020Please submit works presented at the Festival of OCIES Virtual Conference 2020 only in this section
The International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives is the official journal of the Oceania Comparative and International Education Society. The IEJ, (ISSN 1443-1475), publishes a general volume bi-annually in July and December and also publishes Special Editions occasionally. It is a free, open-access scholarly journal, managed by volunteers. There are no article processing charges, or any charges to authors.
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