Peer review (English)

Learning Tech is approved for the Bibliometric Research Indicator’s (BFI) authority list and all articles undergo anonymous peer review. (Double-blinded peer review)

The peer reviews in Learning Tech are doubly anonymous, which means that external reviewers are not informed of the author’s identity and that the author is not informed who the reviewers are.

Authors must submit two versions of the manuscript. A full-text version, and another version where all information identifying the author has been removed so that this file can be immediately sent for anonymous peer review.

The purpose of the peer review procedure is:

  • to create a forum where researchers and communicators can qualify their professional work. 
  • to provide authors with a fair and impartial assessment and constructive feedback on submitted manuscripts. 
  • to ensure that the form and content of articles included in Learning Tech are of a high professional and communicative nature. 
  • to ensure that researchers can achieve research merit by publishing in Learning Tech, which is categorized as Level 1 on the Bibliometric Research Indicator (BFI) authority list.