Conflict of Interest Policy
The publication process in the International Journal on New Trends in Education and Their Implications (IJONTE) is transparent and objective. Our editors and referees strictly follow the article publication process by adhering to universal ethical principles. (Committee on Publication Ethics, COPE
In order to eliminate possible conflicts of interest in the International Journal on New Trends in Education and Their Implications (IJONTE), authors are required to indicate their contribution to the article in the evaluation check requested from the authors. In addition, blind peer review is performed. Various relationships between authors and referees (such as previous publications together, serving on a thesis jury, working in the same department) are considered conflicts. After the manuscript is sent to the referee, if there is a situation that may create a conflict, the referee must notify the editor before the evaluation process begins. If this happens, another referee will be assigned to evaluate the article.