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Cambridge Open-Review Educational Research e-Journal

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What is CORERJ

The Cambridge Open-Review Educational Research e-Journal (CORERJ) is a higher-degree student-led initiative based out of the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. CORERJ showcases on-going and completed work from early career researchers in the field of education.

In addition to being a peer-review journal, CORERJ employs open reviewing, in addition to peer-reviewing. The open-review process is the unique feature of CORERJ that is hoped to promote transparency and accountability of academic publishing and article selection.

Information for prospective authors and reviewers

Find more information on CORERJ’s aims and open reviewing, we also have further information for prospective authors and reviewers.

Current and past volumes of the Journal

Read more of our current and past volumes of CORERJ or visit our open-review website.

Call for submissions Volume 5

Please view our latest call for submissions, we are currently accepting submissions for Volume 5. The deadline is January 15, 2018. Submissions are now closed. 

Volume 4 - Out Now

The latest CORERJ Volume 4 is now out! Read the current issue.

Geetha Marcus wins CEBR award

Congratulations to Geetha Marcus for winning the first CEBR award! Please take some time to read her wonderful paper in Volume 2.


The CORERJ Editorial Board is happy to announce that CORERJ will be listed on DOAJ. DOAJ is a comminity-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to more than 11,000 high quality open access, peer-reviewed journals from 128 countries around the world .


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