Tuning Journal for Higher Education

DOI: http://doi.org/10.18543/tjhe

The International Tuning Academy (Tuning Academy, in short) as part of its mission to serve as an international meeting point for innovation and research in Higher Education has established the Tuning Journal for Higher Education (TJHE) (ISSN 2340-8170; e-ISSN 2386-3137). The Journal is an Open Access publication that facilitates the individual and collaborative efforts of hundreds of international researchers who are working to develop innovative and sustainable higher education around the world. The Journal concentrates on the development of degree programmes and the challenges of their recognition, relevance and quality; as well as on teaching, learning and assessment strategies based on a student-centred approach. 

Tuning Journal for Higher Education is published online using the Open Journal Systems (OJS) software that integrates the Open Archive Initiative (OAI) protocol for greater dissemination and transmission of its contents on the internet (http://www.tuningjournal.org/oai).

Tuning Journal for Higher Education is included in: ESCI (WoS), Scopus, ERIC, DOAJ, Google Scholar,  Microsoft Academic, DialnetDulcinea, MIARSherpa/Romeo, and WorldCat.

The Journal welcomes contributions on the following topics (see more details):

1. Competence-based learning in higher education
2. Academic teachers’ professional development and teaching competences
3. Cooperation and partnership building
4. Emergence and development of higher education areas




Inclusion in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)

Tuning Journal for Higher Education has been selected for coverage in Clarivate Analytics  products and services. Beginning with Vol 4, No 1 (2016), this publication will be indexed and abstracted in ESCI (Emerging Sources Citation Index), one of the databases of citations and bibliographic references of the Web of Science Core Collection.  
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Guest Editorial

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Editors’ Acknowledgments

Editors’ Acknowledgments