About This Journal
The Journal of University Learning & Teaching Practice is an open international higher education journal hosted at the University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. It has over 200 reviewers from around the world providing a broad-based disciplinary approach. It is indexed by Scopus and listed with the EBSCO databases. Submissions undergo a double blind peer review and resubmitted papers undergo a further check with one of the original reviewers.
Papers must be submitted in their entirety and must not have been previously published.
The paper should:
- address an important issue, initiative or problem relevant to university learning and teaching practice with clear educational application;
- include critical, analytical and useful insights for learning and teaching practice;
- be grounded in a clearly stated context of interest to an international readership;
- comprehensively reference the appropriate literature;
- include sound methods and findings;
- reflect on implications for practice and/or policy;
- be well-structured, coherent and succinct;
- adhere to the publication guidelines, including format, referencing and expression;
- be usually 5000 - 7000 words , including references, or approximately 15 pages with an upper limit of 20 pages.
Examples of the kind of papers we publish
- Papers which describe the collection and interpretation of data concerning the design or use of an educational approach;
- Papers which describe the application of principled methods, theory or tools to the design, development and/or implementation of an educational approach;
- Organisational, management or policy initiatives in the area of educational design, development and implementation;
- Large case studies of local experiences where an educational approach has been fully implemented for over at least one year;
- Major educational technology developments;
- Major pedagogical or curriculum development initiatives.
It is unlikely that we will publish your paper if it has no evidence of evaluation. Where local studies are reported there must be applicability in other contexts and a wider application.
Harvard referencing system must be used when submitting a paper to JUTLP. Examples for different kinds of work are available from the University Library Referencing and Citing page.
Go to ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp