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About Our Journal

International Journal of Research in Open Educational Resources (ResearchOER Journal) is an open access blind peer-reviewed bilingual (English & Arabic) journal. ResearchOER Journal focuses on the theories and applications of pedagogy in teaching & learning and applications and uses of information and communication technologies (ICT) in education, and open educational resources (OER) and learning management systems (LMS) specific.


Call for Papers

There are special issues which we currently accept submissions for. These issues are:
# Theories & Applications of Pedagogy in Teaching & Learning
# Promoting Critical Thinking through Interactive e-Learning
# Monitoring and Evaluation of CLMS and Open Content Learning Activities
# LMS & Web 2.0 in Professional Development and Community & Patient Education
# Summaries of Master & PhD Theses in Education

Scope of Our Journal

Enriching Research Profile

ResearchOER Journal encourages researchers to publish Summaries of Master & PhD Theses in our journal.
Our journal provides Editing Services & Translation (English - Arabic).
Main Author receives a Free Printed Copy of ResearchOER Journal.
The main author of the article receives Recognition Letter when the article is being seen as outstanding. Indication of Excellence Recognition will be made in the 1st page of the article.
We circulate your research in the Social Media (Twitter & WordPress).

Manuscripts Submission

Our Editorial Policy

International Journal of Research in Open Educational Resources is double-blind peer reviewed journal.
Our editorial board is selected to ensure neutral and objective review process.
An editor assign's 2 reviewers for the submitted manuscript.
The editor takes the decision based on the reviewers' feedback.
Manuscripts are published online, after paying e-publication fee, under Creative Commons Attribution License.

Editorial Board & Policies

English Manuscripts Review System

This review system of English manuscripts are being used by authors so that they can check the progress of their manuscripts provided that they are registered in the system.
Authors should consult Authorship Policy and Guidelines to Authors before submitting their manuscripts.


Authorship Policy

Author(s) should consult the Guidelines to Authors before they submit their manuscripts to ResearchOER Journal. Author(s) should submit their original work (which should not be published before). Author(s) should ensure that their manuscripts have been submitted only to our journal. It is the sole responsibility by authors(s) to ensure that their manuscripts avoid plagiarism and ensuring that all sources are acknowledged.

Authors should be listed in the order of contribution to the paper. Author(s) should be accurately represented. Author(s) should adhere to all research ethics guidelines of their discipline. Author(s) should mention if ethics approvals (code/number) have been gained for their studies.

Author(s) are obliged to participate in peer review process. Manuscripts from PhD/Master Theses may not undergo formal peer-review process, as they already went the peer-review process of thesis examination.

The submitted manuscript MUST NOT infringe on the rights of others, including privacy rights and intellectual property rights. Author(s) need to submit an authorship form signed by all authors and according to their agreed order, before an article becomes openly accessed online, and that the article has not and will not be published elsewhere. Author(s) should review the submission's Metadata and check if they are correct and accurate. The metadata is used to index the submission on publication and will assist readers' ability to locate the paper. Articles in ResearchOER Journal are published under the Creative Commons Attribution License.

Authorship Policy

Guidelines to Authors

Step 1: Writing your manuscript
# Your manuscript should align with the scope of the ResearchOER Journal. Your manuscript can be theoretical, empirical, or methodological.
# The abstract should be structured into: # Background & Aims; # Approach & Methods; # Results & Findings; and # Keywords (at least 5 keywords). The word limit and the structure of manuscripts vary, depends on manuscript type.

Step 2: Polishing your manuscript
# Follow the template style of the journal.
# Write the in-text Citations and the references list (bibliography) accurately.

Step 3: Submitting your manuscript
# Register and login to your account and then click on "New Submission" to start the process. Authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with the journal policies and manuscript guidelines including its metadata and authors' details.
# Upload the manuscript file, which should be in a word-processor document (*.rtf or *.doc). The manuscript should not include any references to authors to ensure the objectiveness and the neutral review. If there are any comments, authors can add it in the "Letter to Editor" when they submit their manuscripts.

Guidelines to Authors


Manuscript Submission

To submit a new manuscript, you need to login. If you donot have an account, you will need to register frist.


Account Registration

You will not be able to submit your manuscript without having an account in the system.


Reset Password

You will need to enter your username or email address and press the button to have a password reset link sent to your email account on file.


Manuscript Status

You need to enter your email address you used in submitting your manuscript and the manuscript ID number, and an access link will be emailed to you.

Current Issue

Motivating Arabic learners to participate in Open Content Educational Resources (OCER)
My Beautiful Language” textbook for sixth elementary grade in the light of creative thinking skills
Using Moodle as a dynamic multi-purpose “e-Health Learning Management System”: Tailored patients education, efficient doctor-patient communication, and risk-free professional development for health students
A multilevel approach to explore cross-cultural differences in motivations for contribution to open educational resources (OER)
Enhancing collaboration between research supervisors and students using Learning Management Systems (LMS): Pedagogical perspectives

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