About the Journal
Archives of Educational Studies (Online ISSN: 2790-4571, Print ISSN: 2790-4563) is an open access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal managed and published by Department of Educational Studies, University of Okara, Pakistan. The journal is recognized by Higher Education Comission of Pakistan (HEC) in 'Y' Category. The University of Okara is an emerging and progressive institute of higher learning established by the Government of Punjab, Pakistan. Currently, there are more than 20,000 students and 500 faculty members and it consist of 47 academic departments and more than one hundred academic programs ranging from BS and MPhil to PhD in various disciplines. Department of Educational Studies was established under the Faculty of Education on June 18, 2020. The department has national and international visiting faculty and regular faculty members committed to expanding students’ capacity through quality education and training.
ARES is a biannual blind peer reviewed journal. It was launched in 2021 with an objective of promoting research in the broader field of educational studies in Pakistan. Each article of the journal accepted by peer review is made freely available online immediately upon publication, is published under a Creative Commons license and will be hosted online in perpetuity.
ARES is dedicated to promotion of the culture of research and dissemination of quality research studies among institutions, universities, researchers, and students and to cater the works of educational practitioners, scholars and theorists to provide latest and innovative research material for national and international researchers’ community. The journal aims to provide research findings and promote scholarship in various fields of educational studies. A multidisciplinary and innovative approach towards research in education is the special focus of the journal. The journal supports original and collaborative research from all parts of the world with the aim to develop a national and international community of researchers who believe in creating knowledge to improve quality and understanding of educational practice.
Publication costs of the journal are covered by the University of Okara. There is no charge for submitting a paper to the journal and no fee is received for the publication at the moment. The authors may follow the Submission Process and the instructions for submitting the manuscript.
Aim & Scope
Archives of Educational Studies (ARES) aims to provide research findings and promote scholarship in various fields of educational studies such as educational practices, examinations of new procedures, administrations, counselors, supervisors, curriculum planners, cross-cultural education, education development, education policy, educational evaluation, educational leadership, educational psychology, educational technology, gender and education, urban education literacy, research methodology, sociology of education, and other areas of education. Currently, the journal is publishing articles in the categories of Qualitative Research, School Education, Educational Psychology, Curruculum & Instructions, Sociology of Education, Cross-cultural Education, Education Development, Education Policy, Educational Evaluation, Educational Leadership, Gender and Education, Research Methodology, Teacher Education, andTeaching Methods.
A multidisciplinary and innovative approach towards research in education is the special focus of the journal. The journal supports original and collaborative research from all parts of the world with the aim to develop a national and international community of researchers who believe in creating knowledge to improve quality and understanding of educational practice in diverse contexts. Archives of Educational Studies (ARES) is committed to provide expert and authoritative reviews and analyses of the most important developments across the rapidly expanding fields of education and social sciences. It also provides a unique forum by bringing together invited contributions from the foremost international experts, to examine new technologies and methodologies with the latest research on systems, simulations and standards.