Learner Development Journal Concept

The Learner Development Journal (LDJ)

updated September 6 2018

ISSN 2433-5401

One issue per year https://ldjournalsite.wordpress.com/

The inaugural issue of The Learner Development Journal (LDJ) is online here. At the time of writing this, the second issue on “Qualitative Research into Learner Development” is approaching finalisation and publication in October 2018 (issue editors: Chika Hayashi, Masuko Miyahara, & Patrick Kiernan). Writers for Issue 3 of the LDJ on learner identitties and transitions (issue editors: Christina Gkonou, Jim Ronald, & Yoshio Nakai) are currently sharing their first drafts and giving feedback to each other, ahead of writing a complete draft for review in October and November, while the first Call for Papers for Issue 4 on “Exploring the supervision process across diverse contexts: collaborative approaches” (editors: Sabine Little and Michelle Golledge) went out at the start of September 2018.

The sub-menu for each issue links to the Calls for Proposals pages, for archival purposes, and to the Table of Contents page of the issues themselves as they are published on the LDJ website. 

If you are interested in proposing a theme for a future issue of the LDJ and forming an editorial team, please read the links further below. Many thanks.

Aims and scope of the LDJ

Issue editors

Preparing a proposal for an issue of the LDJ

Timeline for an issue of the LDJ

Guidelines for authors

Peer review process

Review network

LDJ review network guidelines

LDJ steering group