The GiLE Journal of Skills Development
is an open-access, peer-reviewed, scientific journal on competence development
It welcomes papers related to the three focus areas or “Triple Cs” of the GiLE Academy in order to bridge the gap between academia and practice. GJSD expressly encourages submissions in all relevant disciplines (social sciences, education sciences, business and management sciences, etc.).
Authors can publish research papers, review articles, summaries and book reviews, but innovative dissemination formats are also welcome.
GiLE Journal Offers:
Most frequent questions and answers about submission
Yes. Read through the GJSD Author’s Guide before submitting. Your manuscript has to adhere to the criteria and stylistic requirements detailed in the guide.
GJSD welcomes research papers related to the three core focus areas of the GiLE Foundation: Career Planning, Character Building, and Communication Skills. Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methodology papers, book reviews and review articles, data-based essays and case studies may all be accepted.
We provide a free online publication opportunity for all authors. There is no article processing charge (APC).
All research articles published in this journal are fully open access: immediately freely available to read, download and share. Articles are published under the terms of a Creative Commons license and signed Open Access Agreement, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Yes. GJSD is presented in the following scientometric databases, repositories an search engines: Europub, Publons, Google Scholar. All the articles will be uploaded to public interface of MTMT, operated by the Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences by the Publisher.
Additional Benefits From Publishing at GiLE Journal:
– Rapid Publication
– No APC, and CC BY 4.0 license
– Early-Career Researchers may get special support
– Two issues per year and special editions
– Independent double-blind peer review process
– Innovative dissemination is encouraged
– Support for advocacy on skills development (Food for Thought section)
Volume 2 Issue No. 1. is published
The GJSD was established in 2021 and is now in its second year. Since its inception, the Journal aspires to impact its target audience – authors and readers – and to provide a medium and a knowledge hub for the dissemination of research results in the field of transferrable skills, a complex set of personal characteristics, with a particular focus on young people’s skill needs, the challenges they face and youth employability.
We believe that removing barriers for academics, practitioners, and readers helps us to create and disseminate valuable knowledge. We are grateful to the authors whose views created the unique collection of insights in Volume 2 Issue 1 (2022) of the journal.