WORLD VOICES NEXUS: THE WCCES CHRONICLE ISSN: 2522-7483
World Voices Nexus: The WCCES Chronicle
Aims & Scope The aims of World Voices Nexus (WVN) are: -To promote research in comparative education in the six official languages of the United Nations viz. Arabic, English, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish. -To offer a platform to share conceptual/theoretical perspectives, results of empirical research with different methodologies. -To contribute to strengthening the capacity of the WCCES by utilizing comparative education to promote further global understanding and collaboration to emulate the idea of our interdependence and common humanity.
The readership of the journal comprises of students, scholars, practitioners, teachers of all levels of the educational systems, especially at the tertiary level, researchers, and government officials dealing with education in their respective regions with interest in comparative education.
Peer review process WVN is a peer-reviewed journal with review time ranging between 2 to 4 months. At least three external reviewers are assigned to each article for review in a given time frame, excluding any member of the editorial team. The identity/ties of the author(s) is/are not known to the reviewer(s) and vice-versa.
Ownership and management World Voices Nexus: The WCCES Chronicle is fully-owned by World Council of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES) including its copyright.
Governing body The governing body of WVN is its Advisory Board and Editorial Team comprising of luminaries from the field of comparative education.
Editorial team/contact information
WVN Editorial Team is headed by Editor Dr. Kanishka Bedi, Cornell University (USA) and the Executive Director of WCCES with the following address:
Office of the WCCES Executive Director Africana Studies and Research Center Cornell University 310 Triphammer Road, Ithaca, New York, 14850, USA Tel: +1-(607) 255-7839 Fax: +1-(607) 255-0784 E-mail: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.wcces-online.org
Copyright and Licensing All copyrights of WVN are held by WCCES. Explicit permission of the WVN Editor is mandatory for posting of final accepted versions or published articles on third party repositories.
Author fees No fee is charged by WVN from the authors of papers submitted for possible publication after the peer-review.
Process for identification of and dealing with allegations of research misconduct WVN follows COPE’s guidelines in dealing with allegations of research misconduct, including plagiarism, citation manipulation, and data falsification/fabrication, among others.
Publishing schedule WVN is published thrice every year – the first issue in February, the second issue in June, and the third issue in October.
Access WVN is available online on its website to all the readers without any fee.
Archiving The website of the WVN will continue to host all the articles published in the past. In addition, all the previously published articles are being securely archived in the WCCES cloud repositories.
Revenue sources WVN is fully-supported by the internal financial resources of WCCES comprising of annual membership fee from its member societies, as well as donations, and grants from outside agencies. WCCES is a non-profit association under Art 60ff ZGB of Swiss law and a tax-exempt non-profit association under section 501(c)(3) of Title 26 of the Code of Laws of the United States of America.