About the Journal


Scope includes but is not limited to the fields of:-

  • Distance Education in Developing Countries
  • Distance Education in Developed Countries
  • Web-Based Learning Communities
  • Blended Learning
  • Teacher’s Support Programmes in Distance Education
  • Learning and Grading Management Tools/Software
  • Learning Strategies in Distance Education & Blended Learning
  • Emerging Trends in Andragogy
  • Literacy through Media
  • Mobile Learning
  • Virtual Learning
  • Simulations and Modeling
  • Marketing of Distance and Blended Learning
  • Pitfalls and Solutions in Dual Mode of Learning
  • Quality Distance Education
  • Quality of Research in Distance Education
  • ICT & Education

Peer Review Process

  • IJDEEL is an online and print open access,  blind peer-reviewed, free of cost, and bi-annual journal.
  • Manuscripts are first assessed by the Editor for purpose, topic, content, presentation style, and mechanics of writing.
  • Only manuscripts that meet the IJDEEL criteria will be forwarded to reviewers.
  • The Editor may consult experts (anonymous readers) before the referee review when deemed necessary. In such cases, the Editors decision will be based on the expert report.
  • Manuscripts that meet the Editorial Board criteria are sent to two reviewers ( one national and one international ) in the relevant field. If the reviewers differ in their opinions regarding the quality of the work, the paper will be referred to a third reviewer.

Open Access Policy

The journal allows readers to freely read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of its articles and to use them for any other lawful purpose. This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Ethical Guidelines

The journal follows the Ethical Guidelines given by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. Click Here to view.