The Journal of Open Educational Resources in Higher Education (JOERHE) is a Diamond Open Access journal. The journal features content concerned with OER, Open Pedagogy, Open Access, Open Data, and similar topics focusing specifically within the context of Higher Education in the United States and Canada.
This year, JOERHE is introducing a new section of the journal called Innovative Practices. This section is to promote the visibility of practical guides, program templates, and toolkits across Open Educational Practices.
The Innovative Practices section consists of practical, applicable, case-study type articles that provide a description of a practice, innovation, or program that is replicable and/or useful for individuals in higher education who are engaged in Open Pedagogy, Open Data, and/or Open Educational Resources. The addition of tables, toolkits, checklists, and other practical aids are encouraged.
The call for papers for the Journal of Open Educational Resources in Higher Education (JOERHE) is now open! JOERHE welcomes original quantitative and qualitative research articles and discussion pieces concerning Open Pedagogy, Open Data, and analyses of current topics in Open Educational Resources.
Submissions for JOERHE’s 2023 issue are due by April 5, 2023. Submissions will not be accepted after the deadline.
JOERHE Editors in Chief Kristina Clement and Hilary Baribeau had the oppportunity to participate in Kennesaw State University's Open Access Week and discuss the creation of JOERHE and their thoughts on open peer review.