Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

JPtpp publishes scholarly publications that are of general interest to the education research community and come from a broad spectrum of education research and associated disciplines, including but not limited to:

  1. Conceptualizations, interpretations, and syntheses of literature and scholarly work in a field broadly relevant to education and educational research
  2. Pedagogical and technological innovations in online and blended learning; online learning interactions and collaborations; online learning communities; institutional policies and strategies to drive and support online learning and teaching; internationalization and cultural aspects of online classrooms; online assessment and feedback; faculty professional development for online learning; and approaches to online course development
  3. Discussions of the implementation of software and/or hardware should focus on the context of use, the user/system interface, usability issues and evaluations of the user experience and impacts on and particularly on the implications for learning and teaching. 
  4. Education issues, in general


Section Policies


Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Peer Review Process

The submitted article will be reviewed initially by the reviewer. The reviewing process will be conducted minimally by 2 reviewers through the double-blind process. The acceptance of submitted article considers the reviewers’suggestion and recommendation. The article will be published after the concluding meeting of the Editorial Board. To screen the plagiarism within the article, Plagiarism Checker X Professional Edition, Whitesmoke, and Turnitin are used.


Publication Frequency

JPtpp is published every month since 2016 (Number 1-12)


Open Access Policy

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.



This journal employs the LOCKSS and CLOCKSS system to establish a decentralized archiving system among participating libraries. This system allows these libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for the purpose of preservation and restoration. All the content within the CLOCKSS Archive and the Global LOCKSS Network is meticulously preserved with explicit permission from the publisher. This permission is obtained through written contracts or online permission statements. We collaborate closely with implementers of the LOCKSS network to ensure the development of appropriate governance and legal terms that align with the content, jurisdictions, rights, and access requirements. Furthermore, our work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (See More...).


Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement


a) Determining the name of the journal, the scope of science, the timeline, and the accreditation.
b) Determining the membership of the editorial board.
c) Defining the relationship between publishers, editors, peer review and other parties in the contract.
d) Appreciating the confidentiality of the contributing researchers, author, editor, and peer review.
e) Applying the norms and regulations regarding intellectual property rights especially on the copyrights.
f) Conducting the policy reviews on the journals and present it to the authors, editorial board, peer review, and readers.
g) Making the behavior code guidelines for editor and peer review.
h) Publishing journals on a regular basis.
i) Ensuring the availability of resources for sustainability journal publishing.
j) Establishing cooperation and marketing network.
k) Preparing for the licensing and other legal aspects.


a) Improving the quality of publications.
b) Ensuring the process to maintain the quality of published papers.
c) Leading the freedom in delivering opinion.
d) Maintaining the integrity of the author's academic track record.
e) Conveying corrections, clarifications, withdrawal, and an apology if necessary.
f) Owning the responsibility for styling and formatting the paper, while the contents and any statements in the paper are the responsibility of the authors.                                                          
g) Assessing policies and attitudes of the published journal from the author and peer review to increase responsibility and minimize errors.
h) Having an open minded personality in accepting the new opinion or views of others who is different than their personal opinion.               
i) Prohibiting in defending our own opinion, the author or third parties which may result in a false decision.
j) Encouraging the author, in order to make improvements to the paper until it worth to publish.


a) Receiving the task from the editors to review the papers and submit the review to the editor, as a matter of determining the feasibility of the paper for publication.
b) Reviewing the papers in a timely manner (on time) in accordance with the style guide based on scientific principles (method of data collection, the legality of the author, conclusions, etc.).
c) Reviewing the papers that have been corrected in accordance with the standards.
d) Encouraging the author to make improvements in the papers by providing feedback, suggestions, feedback, and recommendations.
e) Maintaining the author privacy by covering the results of the corrections, suggestions, and recommendations received by the author.
f) Reviewers must not review any papers who involve the reviewers in its work, directly or indirectly.
g) Following the guidelines for peer review in reviewing papers and assessing the evaluation form paper given by the editors.
h) Reviewing papers substantively by not correcting the grammar, punctuation and mistype.
i) Ensuring the principles of truth, novelty, and originality; prioritize the benefit of the paper for the development of science, technology, and innovation; also comprehending the impact on the development of science writing. 
j) Prohibiting in defending own opinion, the author or third parties which may result on decision reference becoming non-objective.                                                                       
k) Upholding the value of the objectivity and free from any influences.                                  
l) Ensuring the confidentiality of findings in the paper until it is published.                                
m) Having broad understanding on the expertise and able to provide a review of the paper appropriately and correctly.
n) Refusing to do review if the research is not from the field of expertise. Instead, the peer review should be giving recommendation to the researcher if there is any other expert on the subjects.  
o) Having an open minded personality in accepting the new opinion or views of others who is different than their personal opinion.
p) Refusing to do the review if the deadline given by the editor cannot be reached. If absent the peer review should notify the editor as early as possible.      
q) The results of the review must be presented in an honest, objective, and supported by clear arguments. Some possible recommendations from the review are:
1) Accepted without repair
2) Accepted with minor repairs (after repaired by the author, it is not necessary to go to peer review)
3) Accepted with major repairs (after repaired by the author, return to the peer review for re-review)
4) Rejected and recommended for other publication
5) Rejected and recommended not to publish to any publication because scientifically the paper is flawed for the community.
r) Giving rejection for the last recommendation as the last choice related to the feasibility of the papers or with indication of severe violations of the code of ethics related to the author.
s) Reviewed papers aren’t allowed to be used for personal or third party interests. Moreover, The use of some of the contents of the reviewed papers must have received permission from the author.


a) Author collectively responsible for the work and the content of the article which cover methods, analysis, calculation, and its details.
b) Author immediately responds to the comments made by the peer review professionally and timely.
c) Author should inform the editor if they retract their paper.         
d) The author describes the limitations in the study.                        
e) Author respects the publishers if they demand to not to publish the findings in the form of interviews or through any other media before the publication.
f) The author informs the editor of (a) paper that is part of a phased research, multidisciplinary, and different perspectives.                                  
g) The author makes a statement that the papers submitted for publication is original, has not been published anywhere in any language, and not in the process of submission to another publisher.
h) If there is any error in the paper, the author should immediately notify the editor or publisher.                                        
i) The use of materials from other publications which is copyrighted, should be given a written permission and gratitude.
j) The author refers to the work of others as appropriate in citations and quotations which used in the paper.                                           
k) When delivering new discoveries or improving inventions the authors should mention the job previous researcher/writer/founder.                                    
l) The author is not allowed to give a bibliography of the publications if they do not read the publication.                                 
m) If requested, the authors prepared the proof that the research has already met the requirements of the research ethics including the field notes.
n) Author adequately responds if there are any comments or feedback after the paper published.



The papers published in JPtpp will be considered to retract in the publication if:

  1. They have clear evidence that the findings are unreliable, either as a result of misconduct (e.g. data fabrication) or honest error (e.g. miscalculation or experimental error)
  2. the findings have previously been published elsewhere without proper crossreferencing, permission or justification (i.e. cases of redundant publication)
  3. it constitutes plagiarism
  4. it reports unethical research

The mechanism of retraction follows the Retraction Guidelines of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) which can be accessed at https://publicationethics.org/files/retraction%20guidelines.pdf.




Journal Plagiarism Policy

The Journal is committed to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity and ethical publishing practices. Plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, is strictly prohibited. To ensure the originality and authenticity of the articles published in our journal, we have implemented a robust plagiarism policy.

Plagiarism Detection: We utilize advanced plagiarism detection software to screen all submitted articles for any instances of plagiarism. This software compares the manuscript against a vast database of published works, internet sources, and other scholarly content to identify any overlapping or similar text. Proper quotations and citations must be used whenever required.

Turnitin Plagiarism Checker: The JPTPP Editorial Board employs the Turnitin plagiarism checker to screen all submitted manuscripts. This tool helps us detect any indications of plagiarism, including a similarity index of above 20%. If plagiarism is detected, the manuscript will be immediately rejected by the editorial board.

Originality Statement: Before publication, authors are required to provide a written confirmation of originality by submitting an Originality Statement. This statement is to be signed by at least one of the authors who has obtained the assent of the co-author(s) where applicable. The Originality Statement affirms that the manuscript is the authors' original work and does not contain any plagiarized content.

Immediate Rejection: If plagiarism is identified during the review process or after publication, the editorial board will take immediate action, which may include rejecting the manuscript. We have a zero-tolerance policy towards plagiarism and are committed to maintaining the integrity of our journal.

By implementing these stringent plagiarism policies, we aim to ensure the publication of original and high-quality research. We strongly encourage authors to adhere to ethical writing practices, properly attribute all sources, and obtain permission when using copyrighted material. This commitment to combating plagiarism helps us maintain the trust of our readers and the academic community, and upholds the integrity of scholarly publishing.