International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies (IJOCIS) is a open acces and double-blind peer-reviewed international journal (ISSN: 2146-3638; E-ISSN: 2619-9068) published, FREE of CHARGE by Turkish Association of Curriculum and Instruction (TACI/EPÖDER). International Journal of Curriculum and Instructional Studies (IJOCIS) does not impose any fees on authors or any third party for publication. Both manuscript submission and article publishing services are FREE of CHARGE and there are no hidden costs. This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.
IJOCIS began its publication life by releasing its first issue on 01.06.2011 and now accepts articles focusing on the field of curriculum and instruction. The journal provides a platform for the publication of qualitative and quantitative research related to curriculum and instruction, original opinions, theoretical studies and model recommendations. The main objective of IJOCIS is to be a reliable and reputable source of information on the conceptual and applied scientific research in the field of curriculum and instruction at national and international level. The Association of Curriculum and Instruction aims at creating a common scientific platform for theoretical and practical research in the field of curriculum and instruction by bringing together all the practitioners working in the field through IJOCIS.
IJOCIS is indexed in ERIC, ULAKBIM TR Dizin, EBSCO Central & Eastern European Academic Source, ERIHPLUS, SIS (Scientific Indexing Services), Turkish Education Index, ASCI (Asian Science Citation Index), Idealonline, Academindex and ASOS Index databases. The required procedures to be indexed in Clarivate (Web of Science) at the earliest are currently being carried out. We would like to express our gratitude to everyone who have contributed to the journal as authors and referees and in particular to those who have conducted studies on Curriculum and Instruction. We look forward to your continuing support and interest in future.