The Italian Journal of Educational Research (IJEduR), the official organ of the Italian Society of Educational Research (SIRD), is a peer-reviewed scientific journal. It is multi-disciplinary and broad in its scope by addressing rigorous research and evaluation at all levels, and in all sectors and ages of education.

IJEduR publishes original academic articles that promote educational processes and outcomes that are both well-informed and evidence-based. It also includes articles about the use and evaluation of evidence in practice, theoretical, conceptual, methodological and substantive issues in research and evaluation, meta-analyses and reviews synthesizing evidence and guidelines for practice.

All research articles in this journal have undergone a rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and followed by an anonymized refereeing engaging at least two anonymous referees.

IJEduR started its publications on 2009 and strictly respected the publishing continuity of the two issues each year (June, Dicember). Since the Vol. 25 (Year XIII, 2020), IJEduR adopts a new graphic layout.

The published papers appear in two issues per year in June and December (permanent call for papers) and the deadlines are:

  • March 31, for the regular issue of June;
  • September 30, for the regular issue of December.

It is possible to submit contributions in three sections: Researches, Experience and Studies. Please see our Guidelines for Author for information on article submission.

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Call for papers: Education and the COVID-19 Pandemic

2020-04-11

Year XIV, Vol. 27, Special Issue (September 2021)

 

The COVID-19 pandemic and associated lock-downs are having a profound effect on education but the current situation is also creating new challenges for Education. The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in education pivoting to emergency remote teaching. The IJEduR Editorial Board hopes that this Special Issue will provide a platform for educators and researchers to share ideas, perspectives, experiences and lessons learned.

Language: Italian, English

Guest editors: Pietro Lucisano (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy), Achille M. Notti (University of Salerno, Italy)

This call for articles of this Special Issue will have a deadline for submissions of 30th May 2021.

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No. 25

Year XIII, December 2020

Published: 2020-12-11

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