Articles submitted to UER are preferably welcomed in all areas of research that provide sound and clear theoretical insights with practical implications for the education and societal wellbeing. Papers reflecting evidence based reflections, book reviews, research summaries, and papers presented in conferences (not yet published) are also welcome.
Submission: All manuscripts must be electronically submitted at:
Email: [email protected]
General guidelines for preparing the manuscript for submission are summarized in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.; APA, 2010, pp. 228–231). Authors may also find the document “Checklist for Manuscript Submission” on the APA website helpful for preparing manuscripts for APA journals. Manuscript should be submitted as a single Word file including all materials. Author will be solely responsible for the content provided in the article. In case of reprinting of preciously published material, author is solely responsible for obtaining permissions
Publication Fees: Publication is totally free; no fees are charged for publication. However, copy editing charges may apply if help is sought by the author.
Copy Editing Services: If you need help in the improvement of the content & style of your paper, you may seek professional help from us. The charges will be determined according to the quality of the piece of writing you will send us.
Research Writing Workshops & Trainings: We regularly conduct workshops on research writing, data analysis and reporting etc. You may book with us in advance. Registration fees may apply.
An article might include the following main sections:
1. Abstract & Keywords
All manuscripts must include an abstract containing a maximum of 250 words typed on a separate page. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywords or brief phrases (APA). The abstract should explain the purpose of the research, the primary results and major conclusions. It should not exaggerate or contain material not in the main text.
A strong introduction engages the reader in the problem of interest and provides a context for the study at hand. In introducing the research concern, the writer should provide a clear rationale for why the problem deserves new research, placing the study in the context of current knowledge and prior theoretical and empirical work on the topic. The summary of results should have been dealt with the abstract.
3. Literature Review
The author needs to extend the background to the article’s introduction and identify the most relevant previous literature on the topic for positioning the paper and demonstrate its significance. A separate section for setting out the theoretical or conceptual framework is recommended. In short, this section of literature review should explain the motivation for the paper and the importance of this research relevant to the contributions.
The author is required to provide the relevant and reliable supporting empirical or other material to the conclusion and that the methodology is appropriate and systematic.
5. Results & Discussion
Results should be clear and concise. The significance of the results of the research work, with no repeatedly mentioning of results in the text is often appropriate.
6. Tables & Figures
Tables should be numbered and headed with appropriate concise titles. The table are preferred to present after the main body of the text and not inserted in the manuscript.
The original contribution of the paper and the discussion of implications of findings should be clearly mentioned in this section. Provide the critical assessment of the limitations of study, and outline possible lines for future research.
8. Article Length
UER strongly preferred the article to be no more than 8,000 words.
The full form of abbreviations for abstracting and indexing purpose should be presented in the article.
References should be mentioned in the main text by coding the author and year in brackets. List of all these references need to present at the very end of the paper under the heading of “References”.