Journal Submission Process:
  1. Proposal Submission
  2. Article Submission
  3. Initial Editorial Check
  4. Peer Review
  5. Registration Confirmation
  6. Contract Negotiation
  7. Final Article Submission
  8. Typesetting
  9. Article Publication

For a complete description of each stage, please click here.

Article Submission

The Learner knowledge community sets out to foster inquiry, invite dialogue and build a body of knowledge on the nature and future of learning. In so doing, the journals in the Learner Collection provide a forum for any person with an interest in, and concern for, education at any of its levels and in any of its forms, from early childhood, to schools, to higher education and lifelong learning — and in any of its sites, from home to school to university to workplace.

The Learner Collection welcomes article submissions for potential publication. Articles submitted for publication pass through a rigorous, anonymous peer review process. The publication decision is based on the reviewers’ reports. Authors may only submit one article per journal volume for which they are credited as first author. You do not need to be a member of the Learner knowledge community to submit an article, but if your article is accepted for publication, you must join the knowledge community to proceed. 

Before submitting an article for review and publication consideration, you must have an accepted proposal. This can be a either a proposal for an in-person presentation at the International Conference on Learning or, if you will not be attending the conference, an Article Submission proposal.


If you have an accepted proposal, you may submit your article at any time. Please click here for more information about the collection's submission timeline. To submit your article, please click the button below to log in to your CGPublisher account. All submissions must follow our Author Guidelines. If you experience difficulty submitting your article, you may click here for detailed instructions or send your article to


To complete article publication, at least one author must be a member of the  Learner knowledge community. If you are attending the International Conference on Learning, an in-person registration will include Community Membership. If you are not attending the conference, we offer a Non-Attending Membership. You may find more information on our Membership page. Please click the button below to join the knowledge community.