Manuscripts must be submitted electronically. The Editor will receive all submitted manuscripts.  Each document will be recorded in a submissions database and an acknowledgement letter will be sent to the author (or first author).

The editors of the Global eLearning Journal strive to avoid instances of plagiarism. Honest errors, consisting of APA formatting and citation mistakes, may occur in some instances. If you suspect a published article contains an honest error or is plagiarized, please provide documentation and contact Dr. Rick Lumadue, editor of the Global eLearning Journal at The corresponding author(s) will be notified.

Provided the manuscript is suitable for the chronicle, all identifying information will be removed from the manuscript and each article will receive a preliminary edit by the Editor-in-Chief.  Depending on the type and subject matter of the manuscript, the article will then be sent to a panel of reviewers.


Timely reviews of reports and books of interest are considered for publication. All papers, including figures, tables, and references must conform to the specifications contained in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition, 2009) available from APA, 750 1st St., NE, Washington, DC 20002 USA.  All papers should contain a single-spaced abstract (on a separate page) not exceeding 250 words. Manuscripts should be 5-15 pages in length, though more lengthy manuscripts will also be considered.

Please format your paper according to the guidelines included in the Global eLearning Manuscript Template

Please submit your manuscript to: