Higher Educator: An International Journal

 

Editor-in-Chief: Chris Ehiobuche Ph.D, Professor of Global Business/Management, Larry L Luing School of Business NJ /NY, Berkeley College, USA.

Email: ehiobuche1@gmail.com, cne@berkeleycollege.edu

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Journal DOI: 10.26762/he. |  Published: Quarterly |  Established: 2017 |        P-ISSN:   |   E-ISSN: 


Indexing:  Google Scholar

Higher Educator is indexed in Google Scholar. We have also submitted the Journal to 21 organizations, we hope to start having our published papers indexed within few months from now.


Description

The aim of this Journal is to raise key issues across Higher Education. The Journal publishes six times a year. Only original manuscripts that are not previously published and not under consideration for publication elsewhere should be submitted for review and possible publication.

This Journal only accepts manuscripts that are research based. Please do not submit opinion papers, short essay, review papers etc to this journal. All manuscripts submitted must go through plagiarism check before sending out for reviews. 

Accepted Similarity index for this Journal is less than 20%). Note that we do not promise quick review as manuscript reviewing process may take up to four to eight weeks.


Accessing Published Contents:

This Journal offers  hybrid access (Author decides whether to make his/her paper open access online or non-open access). However, we do not encourage authors to pay paper submission or publication fees. If you wish to make your paper open access (publicly accessible / downloadable), you can request upon acceptance of your manuscript to pay paper publication fee of ₦45,000.

Note that due to the Central Bank of Nigeria’s policy on “Currency Substitution and Dollarisation of the Nigerian Economy”, which mandated all Nigeria domiciled businesses to list their products/services in no other currency, than the Nigerian Naira (NGN). We can only charge those who wish to buy published articles or other services in Nigerian Naira (NGN). Also, foreigners can pay from anywhere in the world (in any currency), our payment system will soon be capable of receiving payments in any currency and we’ll be credited in Nigerian Naira equivalent – the cardholder will be charged the equivalent in their default currency, based on the cardholder’s  bank’s prevailing conversion rate.


As an author, you will enjoy:

  • Rigorous peer review of your research
  • Prompt publishing
  • Multidisciplinary audience
  • High visibility for global exposure

Manuscripts can be submitted in Microsoft Words file as attachment to he@zeetarz.com

Please read our paper submission guideline before submitting your manuscript to this Journal.


 

Areas Covered

  • All fields of Education especially issues in Higher Education.
  • Assessment
  • Curriculum Development
  • Diversity
  • Educational research
  • Educational Technology
  • Instructional Technology
  • Issues in education
  • Teacher Education
  • Teacher training
  • Teaching and learning
  • Science Education
  • Technology Education
  • Educational Management
  • Pedagogy
  • Financial Issues,
  • Accounting Education etc.

Paper Submission

Authors are invited to submit their original manuscripts 4,000-10,000 words in length. Interested authors will consult the Journal’s guidelines for manuscript submissions at prior to submission. All submitted articles will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis by 2 or 3 peer reviewer experts in the field. Authors will be notified about the review results within 1- 2 months following a successful submission. All manuscripts must be submitted through he@zeetarz.com. Unfortunately, we have not created an online platform for manuscript submissions and tracking, as soon as we develop manuscript submission platform, authors will be informed.


Vol. 1. N0. 1., 2017, Maiden Edition

List of Articles

Assessment of Financial Accountability and Economic Growth in Nigeria     

https://doi.org/10.26762/he.2017.30000001

Authors: Christopher Osega Otubor and Phillips O. Salawu

Teacher and Learner Perceptions on Mobile Learning Technology: A Case of Namibian High Schools from the Hardap Region

https://doi.org/10.26762/he.2017.30000002

Authors: Osakwe Jude Odiakaosa, Nomusa Dlodlo and Nobert Jere