NZ Journal of Educational Studies
Te Hautaki Mātai Mātauranga o Aotearoa
The New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies Te Hautaki Mātai Mātauranga o Aotearoa (NZJES) is the official journal of the New Zealand Association for Research in Education.
The aim of NZJES is to nurture and promote educational research. The journal is both multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary in approach. It includes original reports, critical reviews of educational theory and policy, discussions and commentaries on conceptual and methodological issues in educational research, reports on research in progress, and book reviews.
The co-editors of NZJES for 2016 are Roseanna Bourke and Judith Loveridge. All manuscripts must be submitted electronically via the Springer Editorial Manager system. This link also contains details of publication guidelines, which are reproduced here.
The journal editors will consider Themed Sections comprised of a group of papers on a common theme within any issue. Groups of papers can be suggested to the editors as a theme for any issue. These will still go through the usual peer review process.
NZJES has joined COPE and works to the ethical standards of that organisation.
2015 was the 50th year of publication of NZJES
Members of NZARE receive two issues per year as part of their NZARE membership subscription. You can also subscribe to NZJES only and buy individual and back issues. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
From 2015, NZJES has been published by Springer, in both print and online versions.
Refer to Springer's website.
New subscriptions for 2015 and beyond should be addressed to Springer
CALL FOR EDITORS 2018
NZARE is calling for applications for the co-editorship of the NZJES with the term spanning 2018-2020
The editors will work with the support of Springer Publishers and the NZJES Editorial Board to receive and manage journal submissions, steward the review process, communicate with authors, write editorials and coordinate the production of two issues of the journal each year. Co-editorship is a feature of the NZJES approach: a team of scholars comprising co-editors (normally two) and a book review editor are welcome to submit a single joint application. The Editorial Team will be expected to work with the current editors as they compile the second issue of NZJES for 2017, and to take responsibility for all editorial tasks in 2018.
Editors must be members of NZARE and preference will be given to NZ-resident teams.
Download Position Description here
Links to abstracts of the latest volume are provided below.
Click here to download a spreadsheet of the NZJES Index 1966 - 2015.
NZARE holds some copies of back issues of the journal. Information on recent issues is given at the end of this page. To order back issues contact us on email@example.com