About the Journal
The Interdisciplinary Journal of Education Research (IJER) is a double-blind peer review "open access" journal, established in early 2019 under the name “Journal of Education Research and Rural Community Development” with the publication of articles in education, rural and community studies. In January 2021, during the annual report of ERRCDF, the journal was considered too encompassing and needed to be re-constructed into two separate journals. The rural and community development aspect was made as an independent journal. This is how the “Journal of Education Research and Rural Community Development” was changed to the “Interdisciplinary Journal of Education Research (IJER)” in January 2021. Click IJRCS to access the Rural and Community Releated journal. However, the purpose of IJER is to disseminate high-level interdisciplinary research result and content beyond learning, teaching and research.
IJER is sponsored by Education Research and Rural Community development Forum (ERRCDF)
IJER publishes two issues per year continuously on article-by-article. That is, articles submitted, reviewed and accepted between January and June each year will be published in the first issue, while articles submitted, reviewed and accepted between July and December will be published in the second issue. Accepted papers ready for publication at any time are immediately made available online on an article-by-article basis.
Copyright and Licensing
Interdisciplinary Journal of Education Research is an open journal and provides immediate open access to its published contents. The copyrights of articles are retained by authors. Articles published are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives licence which permits non-commercial re-use (download, read, print, search, copy, distribute the link, etc) of an open-access article, as long as the original author and source are properly attributed, and provided the article is not modified or altered. The authors grant the publisher (ERRCDF) permission and license to apply a DOI to their articles and to archive them in databases and indexes such as DOAJ, SABINET, J-Gate, Scopus, EBSCO, ERIC, among others. The authors also grant the Journal/Publisher permission to publish the articles and be recognised as the original and the first publisher. Authors also grant any other third-party users the right to non-commercially use the article freely as long as its original authors and citation details are acknowledged without prior permission from the publisher or the author.
- 2020: 23 articles Submitted, 9 (39%) accepted & published, 19 (61%) Rejected
- 2019: 37 articles Submitted, 13 (35%) accepted & published, 24 (65%) Rejected