The peer-review process for IJTLE (International journal in the field of Teaching, Learning and Education.) A research journal is essentially a quality control mechanism to give its best publication. This is the process by which field experts evaluate the proposed works, and their application to ensure a high quality of published work. However, the peer reviewers do not make the decision to reject or accept the articles but they recommend a decision. In a peer-reviewed journal, decision-making authority rests solely with the journal’s editorial board.
Normally there are three types of peer review processing for journal publication
IJTLE research journal is a double-blind-reviewed journal. Normally, we choose a minimum of 2 reviewers for the peer review. Peer reviewers are experts in their field. We usually build a pool of peer reviewers that have a good record of producing high-quality reviews. Or we scan the bibliography to identify potential reviewers or contact researchers they met at conferences and seminars for review processing.
The Journal editorial boards consider the report or feedback provided by the peer reviewers in an article and make a decision. The most common decisions, which we made for an article publication, are: