Guidelines & Templates

Here you will find our complete guidelines and templates for submitting and peer reviewing articles for LT.


Before you start writing your article, please read our article writing guidelines. Here you will find important information that can reduce a lot of proofreading work for you, later in the process.

When you are to write an article for Learning Tech, we would like to ask you to use our article template where we have predefined the layout. Thus, it is ready for you to start writing. The template is important, since it facilitates the work of setting up the articles graphically.

You submit your article by uploading it to our OJS system at This is where the whole process of peer review, approval, and publication takes place. This is also where all communication takes place.

Peer reviewer

Once you have received a potential Learning Tech article for review, we kindly ask that you read our peer review guidelines so that you are familiar with the purpose of the journal, the peer review procedure, and criteria for publishing in Learning Tech.

When you have accepted reviewing an article an article, we will ask you to use the journal’s template for peer review, which you must subsequently upload to OJS /, where all communication between peer reviewer and editorial staff takes place.

Guides for video and reading guide

A research article can be demanding for a practicing teacher or student teacher to read. That’s why Learning Tech creates reading guides and introductory videos for our research articles. These give the teacher or student teacher a foundation for understanding what they can get out of reading the article and a pre-understanding that can make it more likely that they will get a benefit from reading the research article. For you as the author, the introductory video and reading guide increase the likelihood that your article will be used in teacher training, at university or read by teachers.