Dear Colleagues, 

I am happy to announce that the Indonesian Journal of Learning and Educational  Studies (IJLES) has a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) since Piramida Akademi registered as a Crossref member. We will upload the IJLES metadata for all upcoming issues.

The DOI will enhance the discoverability and accessibility of IJLES contents.

Best regards

Editorial Team 

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Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 1 (2024): Indonesian Journal of Learning and Educational Studies
Published: 2024-05-31


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Indonesian Journal of Learning and Educational Studies (IJLES) is a multi-disciplinary, peer-refereed, and academic journal creating a forum for the publication of critical research on learning and education studies. This journal is published by Piramida Akademi with the online ISSN 3021-8780. The journal provides a platform for the publication of the most advanced scientific research in the areas of Learning Methods, Technology in Learning, Curriculum and Development of Learning Materials, Measurement and Evaluation of Learning, Online and Distance Learning, Innovation in Learning, Teacher Professional Development, Continuing Education, educational thinking, educational philosophy, and Character Education. This journal is published two times a year (May and November).. 

IJLES aims to provide a platform to examine and discuss issues in learning, teaching, and educational studies in general including those from developing countries. This journal aims to promote ongoing dialogue and discourse on important topics and provide insight into the learning needs of individuals, groups, and society by publishing articles that explore various aspects of the field, including empirical research, innovative techniques, and professional issues. This includes research from developing countries, which may offer unique perspectives and approaches to learning and educational studies and help advance the field globally.

IJLES invites submissions of articles that explore various aspects of the field, including:

  • Empirical research that is of relevance to learning and educational studies.
  • Innovative learning, programs, and practices in the field
  • Current scientific issues and research in learning and educational studies
  • Professional issues and commentary on current trends and developments
  • Summaries and critical evaluations of existing research and practices
  • Studies that provide insight into the learning needs of individuals, groups, and society.