Journal of Open Source Education¶
The Journal of Open Source Education (JOSE) is an educator-friendly journal for publishing computational learning modules and educational software.
JOSE, pronounced [hoe-zay], is an academic journal (ISSN 2577-3569) and sibling to the Journal of Open Source Software, which publishes open research software. JOSE relies on the journal management infrastructure and tools developed for JOSS. Upon acceptance into JOSE, we mint a CrossRef DOI for your paper and we list it on the JOSE website.
JOSE publishes two types of articles that describe:
- open educational software tools
- open-source learning modules
About this site¶
This site contains documentation for authors interested in submitting to JOSE, reviewers who have generously volunteered their time to review submissions, and editors who manage the JOSE editorial process.
If you’re interested in learning more about JOSE, you might want to read:
- The about page on the main JOSE site
Submitting a paper to JOSE¶
If you’d like to submit a paper to JOSE, please read the author submission guidelines in the Submitting a paper to JOSE section.
Sponsors and affiliates¶
JOSE is a proud affiliate of the Open Source Initiative. As such, we are committed to public support for open source software and the role OSI plays therein. In addition, Open Journals (the parent entity behind JOSE) is a NumFOCUS-sponsored project.
- Submitting a paper to JOSE
- The two submission types
- Submission requirements
- What about novelty?
- How to prepare a software submission?
- How to prepare a learning-module submission?
- What should my paper contain?
- Example paper and bibliography
- Submitting your paper
- No submission fees
- Preprint Policy
- Submissions using proprietary languages/dev environments
- The review process
- Reviewing for JOSE
- Review criteria
- Review checklist