Empirical Research in Vocational Education uses the double-blind peer-reviewed method. The journal’s main subject is “to provide a platform for original empirical investigations in the field of professional, vocational and technical education” (About, 2021, para. 1). All articles of the journal are freely available since the journal adheres to the free access policy. The intended audiences of Empirical Research in Vocational Education are basic, continuing, and adult education pedagogues as well as college and university educators.
The journal compares the equity and performance of different professional, vocational, and technical education programs. It covers all levels of education, from basic to corporate. Empirical Research in Vocational Education draws attention to the field of vocational education. Moreover, the journal considers all existing international labor markets as a research subject. Empirical Research in Vocational Education develops new knowledge about vocational education, and widens and structures existing one.
The Journal of Career and Technical Education applies the double-blind peer-reviewed system. It is an electronic journal with an open access policy. The journal is “publishing papers on issues and trends in career and technical education” (About this journal, 2017, para. 1). Academic and technical education professionals, business and agriculture educators, business trainers, and technology instructors are the intended audience for this journal. The Journal of Career and Technical Education includes a large body of empirical research. It provides information on various areas of adult education. They expand their knowledge about many topics. Themes range from technology education to family science. There are qualitative and quantitative research articles.
About. (2021). SpringerOpen. Web.
About this journal. (2017). Journal of Career and Technical Education. Web.