About the Journal

Aims and scopes

The mission of the IJTE (ISSN: 2768-4563) is to contribute to the literature of instruction by publishing high-quality studies in the areas of TESOL, Education, Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), m-learning, e-learning, curriculum development, learning environments, translation and interpretation, teacher education, educational technology, educational developments, and other learning-instruction issues. As a peer-reviewed journal, one of our priorities is to ensure high standards of publishing. Publication ethics is an important concern and editors, peer-reviewers and authors should pay great attention to meet ethical standards.

Open Access Policy

IJTE aims to increase visibility and make easier use of open access scientific papers. Readers and their institutions are supported for online access without asking for any royalty, personal information, or log-in details. According to the open-access policy of our journal, all readers are permitted to read, download, copy, distribute, print, link and search our articles with no charge.


IJTE has been indexed in Google Scholar, Library of Congress, U.S. ISSN Center, PKP PN, LOCKSS, CLOCKSS, ROAD, CiteFactor, EOI,  Real-Time Impact Factor, and The Standard Periodical Directory.

Publication Frequency

The International Journal of TESOL & Education (ISSN: 2768-4563) will publish 4 issues per year in February, May, August, and November.  The ijte will publish manuscripts as soon as they are accepted. The journal volume is defined by the year of publication of articles.

Publication fee

All the reviewing processes are free of charge. The ijte only charges author(s) when the paper is accepted for publication in an issue.

The ijte will charge a fee of $USD50 for each published article.

There are no other charges, including polishing the language and fixing errors (if any) for the authors.

In case the author(s) are in need of a fee waiver, they may send an email to the managing editor to provide explanations for their situations. A fee waiver would then be considered.