Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

 

Section Policies

Editorial

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Articles

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Short Papers

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Student Voices

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Poster Presentations

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Book Reviews

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Peer Review Process

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Editorial Board Terms of Reference

  1. The volunteer Editorial Board will provide input, oversight, contacts and moral support for all concerned with the Innovative Practice in Higher Education journal.
  2. The Journal’s Editorial Board will consist of highly skilled, committed professionals from higher and professional education and further afield. It will represent the Journal’s various constituencies: readers, researchers, theorists, policy makers, practitioners and others, using their skills, knowledge and experience to achieve the Journal objectives. The Journal's Editorial Board will include a maximum of 20 members.
  3. By agreeing to sit on the Board, Editorial Board members will assist the Managing Editor(s) of the Journal to review, solicit and submit relevant papers for the Journal and support Journal efforts to secure the input of appropriate content for publication.
  4. The Editorial Board will support the Managing Editor(s) in maintaining Journal principles underlying the editorial integrity and independence of the Journal by supporting editorial independence, Journal advertising policies and the open access platform.
  5. The Editorial Board will meet in person at least once per annum to receive a report on Journal progress from the Managing Editor(s) and the Technical Director and to discuss issues pertinent to the progress and development of the journal.
  6. Membership of the Editorial Board will be determined by the Managing Editor(s) and the existing Editorial Board. A new member can be nominated by the Managing Editor(s) and/or 2 board members, and is approved by a two-third vote of existing editorial board members (including Managing Editor(s)).
  7. Managing Editors will serve for a 3 year period after which they will be eligible for re-election by the editorial board.

 


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