Focus and Scope

Educational And Psychological Sciences.

Peer Review Process

I-Manual of style:
a) Types of materials:
1- Research and study : An original work by the author(s) which will and add new types of knowledge to the various fields
at the collage.
2- Paper/Article : papers that provide Criticism and analysis for previously published papers and books, in addition to
scientific theses.
3- Scientific innovation and patents.
4- Correspondence, which include scientific opinions and research suggestions.
b) Conditions:
1- The paper must be innovative, scientific, well typed and in good style.
2- The paper must not be previously published, or sent to another press.
3- All received papers are to be refereed.
C) Instructions:
1- The author must provide a request to publish his paper.
2- The author must provide tow hard copies and three electronic copies of his paper, in addition, the author must provide
an Arabic and English abstract for his paper, each of which not extending (200) words.
3- The paper must include the title of the paper , the author's name, his address, his title and his affiliation on the first
page of the paper.
4- The author must follow the corrections of the referees, in addition, the author must provide a justification for not
following a certain correction by the referees.
5- The author will be given two copies of the journal, along, with (10) copies of his paper free of charge.
6- The paper will not be returned to the author, whether or not the paper is published.
7- The paper can be re-published under a written permission by the Editor – chief.
8- The papers published reflect the opinions of their authors .
II. Arbitration
All papers will be refereed according to the following:
1- The Editorial Board will choose those three referees for the arbitration of each paper, and substitute anther referee.
2- The papers will not published until they are approved by tow specialized referees.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.