In this era of quickly developing AI-technologies, TEWT announces it intends to focus on publishing more research that is aimed at understanding how using a ‘human with AI’ approach might lead to greater teaching and learning success. TEWT therefore in future will be fast-tracking relevant and well-researched AI-related studies for publication.
TEwT firmly believes that there should be no charges associated with the submission and publication of articles. Moreover, all TEwT-reviewed articles published are free to access. However, note, Scholastica charges a small platform submission fee of $10 to authors. For information on the submission process see below. The word limit is about 7000-8000 words.
TEwT aims to screen papers within about 4 weeks, and the double-blind review process should take between 3 to 6 months in most cases. TEwT, however, has been receiving a growing number of submissions as a result of its topical research area and successes as a Scopus Q1 Journal, therefore, additional delays in reviewing occasionally occur. A rejection from TEwT is accompanied by feedback from the various reviewer stages, and this may form the basis on which to help the author(s) reflect and develop their ideas further.