International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
IJTLHE
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
IJTLHE
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
IJTLHE
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
IJTLHE
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The International Journal of Teaching and Learning publishes articles relevant to teaching and learning in higher education, broadly defined. All authors should follow the guidelines set forth in the most recent edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA). Authors should make sure they understand the IJTLHE's Author Guidelines, Review Criteria, and Publication Ethics and Malpractice Guidelines.

Submitting a manuscript to the International Journal on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education involves three basic steps, (a) entering the manuscript's title and type, (b) entering the manuscript's author information, and (c) uploading the manuscript file. Do not include the authors' names, affiliations, email addresses, or phone numbers on the manuscript's title page. Author information will be obtained during the online submission process.

All submissions must be comprised of a single Microsoft Word file.

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The protection of human subjects is vital in human subjects research. When human subjects are involved in research it is up to the researcher to treat the subjects ethically. For publication in IJTLHE, authors must indicate that any human subjects research has been approved by the author’s Institutional Review Board (IRB) or by a relevant ethics committee. If requested by IJTLHE, authors must be able to provide a statement or documentation from the IRB committee, or relevant ethics committee, of this approval.

All authors must explicitly address approval by an IRB committee, or relevant ethics committee, in their manuscript. This statement of approval must also address the provision of informed consent by human subjects. If authors did not obtain informed consent, this must be explicitly addressed as well. IJTLHE reserves the right to reject manuscripts where it is believed that human subjects research ethics have not been upheld, even if the research was approved by an IRB committee, or relevant ethics committee.

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Authors submitting manuscripts involving human subjects must meet the following requirements:

  1. Attainment of approval from an Institutional Review Board (IRB) or relevant ethics committee
  2. Explicit description of how informed consent by participating human subject was obtained, or an explanation of why informed consent was not obtained, within the manuscript
  3. Submission of a statement or documentation, if requested by IJTLHE, indicating IRB approval, or approval by a relevant ethics committee

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