The Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education (JIAEE) is the official refereed publication of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE). The purpose of the JIAEE is to enhance the research and knowledge base of agricultural and extension education from an international perspective.
Articles intended for publication should focus on international agricultural education and/or international extension education. Articles should relate to current or emerging issues, cite appropriate literature, and develop implications for international agricultural and extension education. Manuscripts, or portions of manuscripts, must not have been published or be under consideration for publication by another journal.
Two types of articles are solicited for the JIAEE: Feature Articles and Research Notes. More specifically, Feature Articles can be focused in one of three contexts – Empirical Research, Methodological or Theoretical/Conceptual.
Feature articles focus on the research or evaluation of the theoretical, methodological, and/or practical application of agricultural and extension education, with a preference for articles focused on current and emerging issues. Feature articles must be of interest to agricultural and extension education professionals worldwide. For publication in the JIAEE, feature articles must pass the JIAEE’s double blind, referee process, where peer reviewers evaluate manuscript content and ensure readability. Reviewers are selected from the AIAEE membership. In the double blind, referee process, all references to authors are removed before the manuscript is sent to reviewers. Feature Articles may be submitted for peer review a total of three times before they are no longer acceptable for publication in the JIAEE.
A Research Note is a concise but complete description of a limited investigation that will not be included in a later manuscript. It serves one of the following purposes: (1) presents initial proof-of-concept results on new ideas, timely issues, or innovative approaches; (2) reports replications or extensions of previously published research that does not merit another full-length manuscript yet provides results that contribute to a greater understanding of the phenomena under study. Research Notes are no longer than 10 double-spaced pages, excluding references.