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- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it in another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- In no phase of the research and publication process existed a conflict of interest and all co-authors agree with the submitted form and content of the text.
- At least two potential reviewers have been suggested by the author(s) in Comments to the Editor.
InformationPractice-driven articles and comments - experience, good practice, commentaries on events and documents, etc.
Reviewed PapersThese are original submissions that comply with the journal's mission and its strict professional requirements - compliance is assessed based on independent reviews under a review procedure that adheres to the journal rules (see Review Procedure). This section contains papers that are of crucial importance to the field of environmental/sustainable development education and/or present original research results. However, papers that are not intended for the review procedure to assess their quality and professional contribution can be published in other sections, too.
InspirationsEssays, reflections, deliberations, and other contributions.
This section is intended for more open forms of contribution, but which are nevertheless considered sources of new perspectives, attitudes, and practical ideas – innovations in the field environmental/sustainable development education. A wide range of other media could be used in this section.
Text under the Methodologies section include original research results and practical application of these results as universally applicable methods (in the Czech Republic they are certified by the relevant state administrative body. These texts are reviewed by at least two independent reviewers.
Case studies are expert texts which describe real situations and provide analyis using mainly qualitative methods of inquiry. The case studies are appraised in an independent review process.
ReviewsBasic information and reviews of books, essays and articles in other periodicals, and also reflection on Envigogika articles. The reviews introduce new ideas into the discipline, analyse them from a professional perspective, and critique or discuss various topics.
Letters and OpinionQuality submissions responding chiefly to the journal content. In this section, current events and political, cultural etc. issues can be discussed.
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