Brief report on Open Praxis editorial process

Inés Gil-Jaurena


The editorial project for the relaunching of Open Praxis as the ICDE scholarly, peer-reviewed and open access journal included three main aspects: editorial process, scientific quality and dissemination. This introductions explains how we develop the editorial process, and specifically the peer-review process, in Open Praxis. A second part introduces the six papers included in the issue.


access; blended learning; distance education; incarcerated students; inequality; OER; online learning; teacher training

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