Review Process and Peer Review Policy
Manuscripts are reviewed initially by the Editors and only those meeting the aims and scope of the journal will be sent for outside review. Each manuscript is reviewed by at least two referees.
The International Journal of Environmental and Science Education operates a strictly blinded peer review process in which the reviewer's name is withheld from the author and the author's name from the reviewer.
Before submitting the paper, authors should make sure that they want to publish their articles to the International Journal of Environmental and Sicence Education. Withdrawals during and after the peer review process steal other scholars' time and effort.
The journal's language is English. There are limits on the number of pages for accepted manuscripts. Including references, tables, figures, and appendices etc. maximum page limits are as follows:
Manuscripts should follow the latest edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) Style Manual.
Within the manuscript all pictures, graphs, and diagrams should be referred as a figure and they should be numbered consecutively (1, 2, etc.). Multi-part figures ought to be labeled with lower case letters (a, b, etc.). Keys and scale bars need to be inserted directly in the figures. Relatively small text and great variation in text sizes within figures should be avoided as figures are often reduced in size. Figures may be sized to fit approximately within the page margins of the journal. A detailed legend (without abbreviations) should be provided for each figure. Figures should be referred in the text by explaining their meaning and the need for their use.
Each table should be numbered consecutively. In tables, footnotes are preferable to long explanatory material in either the heading or body of the table. Such explanatory footnotes, identified by superscript letters, should be placed immediately below the table. Please provide a caption (without abbreviations) to each table, refer to the table in the text and note its approximate location in the margin. Finally, please place the tables after the figure legends in the manuscript.
Figures and tables should have their positions clearly marked and be provided after the references in the main text.
Please use endnotes rather than footnotes. Notes should be indicated by consecutive superscript numbers in the text and listed at the end of the article before the References. A source reference note should be indicated by means of an asterisk after the title. This note should be placed at the bottom of the first page.
Acknowledgements of people, grants, funds, etc. should be placed in a separate section before the References.
After you receive an acceptance letter from the editor download the template with the following link and insert your manuscript's final version into it. It is important to prepare your manuscript exactly in accordance with the instructions to prevent the waste of your time as well as the editors'.
Supplementary material should be collected in an Appendix.
Quotations less than three lines long should be incorporated into the text using double quotation marks. For longer quotations (more than three lines or two sentences), use 'Quotation' style in the styles menu.
Manuscripts for IJESE should be submitted online at editorialsystem.com/ijese
In case of difficulties, please contact the executive editor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Everyone is able to download, copy and share open access articles. We provide authors with a choice of publishing under either the Creative Commons licenses CC-BY or the Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND user license.
It is the responsibility of the author to obtain written permission for a quotation from unpublished material, or for all quotations in excess of 250 words in one extract or 500 words in total from any work still in copyright, and for the reprinting of figures, tables, or poems from unpublished or copyrighted material.
English Language Editing Service
Authors who are non-English speaking should consider using a professional editing service. A clear and concise language will help editors and reviewers concentrate on the scientific content of your paper and thus smooth the peer review process.
Authors are highly recommended to use native speaker language and style editors who are experienced in their own specific fields.