Journal of Virtual Exchange – new research titles available

It’s been a busy and productive year for our editors at the Journal of Virtual Exchange. The team have been preparing new articles for publication and you can now download Vol .6 (2023) .

Journal of Virtual Exchange (JVE) is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed journal aimed at practitioners and researchers in the field known variously as telecollaboration, virtual exchange, or online intercultural exchange.

It’s the official journal of UNICollaboration, the international academic organisation dedicated to supporting and promoting telecollaboration and virtual exchange across all disciplines and subject areas in higher education.

Editorial Team

Journal of Virtual Exchange Editorial Office


Carolin Fuchs, Northeastern University, USA and Müge Satar, Newcastle University, UK

Associate Editors (November 2022-2024):

Joe Cunningham, Georgetown University, USA, Alice Gruber, Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany, Hiba Ibrahim, York University, Canada, Marina Orsini-Jones, Coventry University, UK, Mona Pearl, Wilkes University, USA

Guest Editors

Chirag C. Sheth, Marina Pascual Ortíz, Deborah Chicharro Alcántara,
Florence Le Baron-Earle, Claire O’Reilly

Creative Commons

JVE provides immediate open access to all content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Articles in this journal are licensed under a Creative Commons License.

ISSN: 2647-4832

Author Guidelines for submissions

You can find guidance on using the journal platform to submit your work here:

The following are the submission requirements for written contributions of all kinds:

  • Submit an original contribution neither previously published nor under consideration elsewhere.
  • Write your submission in clear and discipline-specific English. If you are submitting in a language other than English, French, or German, contact the editors-in-chief before proceeding.
  • Keep within the word-count limits for the contribution category:
    • Keynotes: up to 8,000 words – including references, excluding appendices
    • Research articles: up to 8,000 words – including references, excluding appendices
    • Practice reports: up to 4,000 words – including references, excluding appendices
  • Provide tables in editable format, not as a screenshot.
  • Supplementary materials should be placed in a separate file, one per item. It may be hosted either by the journal or the author – authors should communicate their preference –  and referenced in the text with the appropriate filename, which will be replaced with the URL in the published version.
  • Follow APA style (7th edition) for AI references, in-text citations, and the list of references.
  • The list of references must include only sources explicitly cited.
  • Include an acknowledgment section (if needed) to credit the work of any non-author contributors, and/or funding agency.
  • Include a 50-word biographical note for each author.
  • Include affiliation, city, country, e-mail, UNICollaboration membership number where applicable, and, if possible, ORCID URL for each author.
  • Include permissions to reproduce any copyrighted materials.