Peer Review Process
BEDU Journal is a peer reviewed journal. Submitted manuscript are evaluated by at least two reviewer (the double-blind system). The Review Process is completed within 1-3 months, depending on the workflow of the journal.
Peer review is the evaluation of manuscripts submitted to BEDU Journal by experts in related fields. Peer–review enables authors to receive critical feedback from experts on individual manuscripts.
Reviewers evaluate the submitted manuscripts in an objective manner. They express their opinions clearly and support their comments.
All submitted manuscripts is kept confidential. Reviewers are not allowed to share or disclose unpublished information in a manuscript.
Reviewers of BEDU Journal avoid evaluating manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest. They contact editors if there is any conflict of interest that could affect their evaluation of a manuscript. In those cases, they can reject reviewing the manuscript.
Reviewers can recommend to author/s any related work that is not cited.
We use a double-blind system for peer review: The identities of both reviewers and authors remain anonymous. Each submitted manuscript is peer reviewed by at least two experts. In some rare cases, we may start a third round of peer review according to the recommendations from editors and reviewers.
Recruitment for Reviewers
Participation in the peer-review process is absolutely essential to the success and reputation of the journal. Reviewers and editors determine which works are of quality and significance. Due to our extensive readership, the research and scholarship selected by our reviewers will ultimately have an impact on literacy in national and international classrooms.
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