The “Journal of Education, Innovation, and Communication (JEICOM)” is a Fully Peer-Reviewed Open Access journal publishing articles from all areas of education, innovation and communication. JEICOM’s scope is to provide a free and open platform to academics, researchers, professionals, and postgraduate students to communicate and share knowledge in the form of high quality empirical and theoretical research that is of high interest not only for academic readers but also for practitioners and professionals.
JEICOM welcomes theoretical and empirical original research papers, case studies, book reviews that demonstrate the innovative and dynamic spirit for the education and communication sciences, from researchers, scholars, educators, policy-makers, and practitioners in education, communication, and related fields. Articles that show scholarly depth, breadth or richness of different aspects of social pedagogy are particularly welcome.
Our e-journal is open access, without any costs for the authors or the readers and all the intellectual property rights of the submitted papers remain with the author.
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. You can Share — Copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format for any purpose, even commercially.
Editors in Chief
*Dr Fotini Diamantidaki, Vice-president of Research and Academic Affairs, Communication Institute of Greece & Lecturer in Education, UCL Institute of Education, University of London, UK
*Dr Margarita Kefalaki, President, Communication Institute of Greece & Professor, Hellenic Open University, Greece
*Dr Hazel Crichton, Lecturer in Modern Languages, The School of Education, The University of Glasgow, Glasgow
*Dr Shirley Lawes, Department of Culture Communication and Media, UCL Institute of Education, UK
*Dr Anne Palmer, PGDip Education & BA(Hons) (UWA) Murdoch Singapore Pte Ltd, Singapore
*Dr Michael Nevradakis, Communications Instructor, Deree-American College of Greece, Department of Communications, Greece
*Dr Nikleia Eteokleous, Assistant Professor in Educational Technology, School of Education and Social Sciences & Head of the Distance Learning Committee Coordinator of M.Ed. in Curriculum Development and Instruction, Co-founder Robotics Academy, Cyprus
*Dr Sophie Karanicolas, Associate Professor, Adelaide Dental School, Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Australia
*Dr Paraskevi Kontoleon, Lecturer, University of South Australia, Australia
*Dr Jurgen Rudolph, Head of Research & Academic Partner Liaison, Kaplan Higher Education, Singapore & Editor, JALT Journal, Singapore
*Dr Matt Glowatz, Assistant Professor, University College Dublin, Ireland
*Dr Robert J. Bonk, Professor of Professional Writing, School of Human Service Professions, Widener University, Chester, USA
*Dr Max Caruso, Western Co-Principal, Yew Wah International Education School of Zhejiang Tongxiang, China
*Dr Yuan Ying Caruso, Ambassador COMinG & Chinese Co-Principal YWIES Shanghai, China
*Dr Jane Jones, Senior Lecturer, Subject Director MFL Teacher Education, Department of Education and Professional Studies, University of Kings College London, UK
*Dr Frances Weightman, Associate Professor, University of Leeds, UK
*Dr Jennifer Eddy, Associate Professor and program director, World Language Education, Queens College, City University, USA
*Dr Dean Cleavenger, Lecturer, School of Business Administration, Department of Management, University of Central Florida, USA
*Dr Francine Hultgren, Professor and Chair, University of Maryland, Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, United States, USA
*Dr Lydia Lymperis, Doctoral Researcher in Education, UK
*Dr Bill Baker, Lecturer, University of Tasmania, College of Arts, Law and Education, School of Education, Australia
*Dr John F. Covaleskie, Professor Emeritus, ELPS, Women and Gender Studies, Center for Social Justice, University of Oklahoma, USA
*Dr Lia-Paschalia Spyridou, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Communication and Media, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
*Dr Carolin Rekar Munro, Professor, School of Business, Faculty of Management, Royal Roads University, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
*Dr Michael A. Altamirano, Professor, King Graduate School, Monroe College, Bronx, New York, U.S.A.
*Dr Carlos E. Rios-Collazo, Professor, Monroe College, New York, NY, USA
*Dr Nathan Herbst, Ph.D., Team Coordinator, Great Commission Alliance, USA
*Dr Karl-Heinz Pogner, Associate professor, Department of Management, Society, and Communication, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Thank you for choosing to submit your paper to JEICOM!
In this page, you can find information about the Review Process, the Author Guidelines, the Manuscript Format and you can download the full article template.
-Author Guidelines- Format (Article Template)
Please take the time to read and follow the instructions, as doing so will ensure your paper matches the journal’s requirements. We suggest that before any article is submitted, thorough proofreading by a native speaker English academic is undertaken. Especially academics that use English as a second language, need to have their articles edited and re-worked with the assistance with someone proficient in academic writing, as it is important that we maintain a professional level of English proficiency for our articles and journal.
All manuscripts should be written in English. Authors are strongly required to use the ARTICLE_TEMPLATE provided for the final version of their papers.
For your paper submission or any question concerning JEICOM, send an email at email@example.com
Once your paper has been assessed for suitability by the chief editors, it will be peer reviewed by independent, anonymous referees. We first have to check if the submission meets the basic requirements, and that it is original as well as if it includes characteristics such as correct use of English, abstract, keywords, references, structure, etc. When the originality and the other requirements are met, we recommend potential reviewers. The peer-review process takes place by at least two independent reviewers.
The process is repeated in cases that the author(s) are asked to make changes.
Each reviewer completes a CONFIDENTIAL Peer Review, which guarantees the confidentiality of the entire review process.
All authors have to submit a Publishing Agreement, with their paper submission to confirm that the paper is an original work of the named author(s) and that neither the paper nor a similar research project has been published or considered for publication elsewhere, nor is it under review for possible publication at the time it is submitted to JEICOM. If it is the case, the paper will be automatically excluded from publication.
Additionally, authors agree to indemnify the journal for any possible costs or inconvenience it incurs for violation of any copyright interest in this paper and that only they are responsible for the material content of their publications. Any claim of forgery, fraud, copyright infringements, etc. are to be solely the responsibility of the authors.
Moreover, the corresponding author should respond to editorial queries respecting the deadlines. In the eventuality of not respecting the deadlines, JEICOM retains the right to refuse publication.
Volume 1, Issue 1, June 2019
ISSN: 2654-0746 (listed in the National Library of Greece)
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Have a wonderful day, full of Education, Innovation and Communication!