Thank you for considering HEJLT for your article.
We publish peer-reviewed scholarly articles and reviews as well as practitioner accounts and polemic, aimed at promoting, enhancing and disseminating research, good practice, transformation, development and innovation in all aspects of learning, teaching and assessment in tertiary education, internationally.
We review scholarly work submitted using parenthetical (Author date, page) “Harvard” citation style. Please use our submission template/style guide if at all possible. As we publish work by scholars from different disciplines, we do not impose one punctuation convention but do ask for internally consistent, complete and accurate inline parenthetical citation avoiding footnotes, because this works well for web publishing. American Psychological Association (APA) style is very common. As we are a web-based journal, we insist that the writing and form of documentation be read quickly and easily on the web, regardless of length.
If you have any queries about your submission content or form please contact the editorial team. We are pleased to consider innovative forms of scholarly discourse.
George Roberts, Managing Editor
Mary Briggs, Associate Editor
Didi Griffoen, Associate Editor