Peer Review Process

Writers for The Learner Development Journal have a choice between blind and open peer review, conducted by members of the Review Network and guest reviewers invited for the issue. Contributors who prefer blind review will receive feedback anonymously from reviewers, while those who prefer open review will know who their reviewers are. In the case of open review, reviewers’ names will be included at the end of a published article. The intention in either blind or open review is to offer serious, fair and, above all, supportive feedback to writers to help them to develop as teachers, researchers, and learners.