Peer Review Process

Our practice of peer review is to ensure that only genuine (plagiarism-free) and good article is published. It is an objective process at the heart of good scholarly publishing and is carried out by all reputable scientific journals.

Jeltim operates under the guidance of the editorial board, providing expert advice on content, attracting new authors and encouraging submissions.

Jeltim editorial board is a team of experts in the English language teaching innovation and materials. The editorial board members: (1) review submitted manuscripts; (2) advise on journal policy and scope; (3) identify topics for special issues, which they may guest edit; and (4) attract new authors and submissions.

Jeltim editorial board members are selected by the journal’s editor(s), with input from the publisher. Editorial boards generally undergo a complete revision every two or three years, with members joining, stepping down or continuing for another term. Changes also occur in the interim, for example, if a member resigns.

A journal’s editorial board can affect its quality, so editors should consider the following:

The journal board members' expertise should represent the journal's scope. Representatives should be appointed from key research institutes. Former Guest Editors of special issues, and authors of key reviews and top reviewers may be suitable. Existing board members may have suggestions for new members

If you’re interested in joining a journal’s editorial board, use the Journal Finder to locate the journal, and contact the editor via the Editorial Board listings.