Higher Educator-An International Journal

 


Editor-in-Chief: Christian Ehiobuche, Ph.D. Professor of Global business and Management Science, Larry L. Luing School of Business, Berkeley College, USA.

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

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Journal DOI: 10.26762/he| P-ISSN:     | E-ISSN:


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The aim of this Journal is to present key issues in Higher Education and and related fields across the globe. The Journal publishes four 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. Manuscripts must strictly address critical issues and be innovative.

This Journal welcome manuscripts that are research based, short essays or case study.  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. This Journal discourages imposition of article publication fee. It is strictly the wish of authors to decide to pay publication fee. However, we encourage authors to make donation of N 20,000 if they wish to make their accepted paper open access (easily downloadable online). There are no submission deadlines and no article publication scheduled dates. Manuscripts can be submitted in Microsoft Words file as an attachment to he@zeetarz.com

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


Published Papers

 

Vol. 1. N0. 1. 2017

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