Tuning Journal for Higher Education (TJHE) is a biannual peer-reviewed journal that publishes in English original research studies and reviews of student-centred learning and outcome-oriented education reforms at university level.
Objectives of the Tuning Journal for Higher Education
- to promote research into the Tuning Methodology and to subject the tools developed during Tuning projects and other projects to full academic scrutiny and debate.
- To support the careers of university academics by providing a platform whereby excellence in teaching, learning and assessment produces research publications.
- To serve as a platform for students, teachers, policy makers, administrators, and academics across societies, cultures, professions, and academic disciplines to share experiences and engage in constructive debate on competence-based learning in higher education.
Manuscripts must not have been copyrighted or published in any form, or be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts must be between 5,000 and 12,000 words including notes, biography, references, captions and diagrams. The Notes and Bibliographies system of the Chicago Manual of Style shall be used for manuscript preparation.