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The Journal of Innovation in Polytechnic Education (JIPE) is an online, open-access journal for peer-reviewed papers that mobilize knowledge and insights generated by the global polytechnic community. JIPE is electronically published by Humber Press at Humber College’s Office of Research & Innovation.

JIPE publishes original research papers, review articles, brief reports, book reviews and our “micro-dissemination” options: innovation spotlights and essays. The journal welcomes submissions from researchers, seasoned and emerging, and scholars across the polytechnic and community college sectors, both within and outside Canada.

JIPE also welcomes submissions from students and research assistants. A faculty member must serve as a senior author/mentor and submit on behalf of the student authors, i.e., students should be the primary writers of the manuscript and should have analyzed the data to draw conclusions based on the results. Students must have approval from the relevant faculty, research lab or centre of innovation to submit the results for publication.

JIPE does not charge any fees for submission or publication. 

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Announcements

  • 2022-09-08

    JIPE Submissions Handbook

    The Journal of Innovation in Polytechnic Education (JIPE), Humber Press, Office of Research & Innovation (ORI), has compiled a comprehensive and detailed JIPE Submissions Handbook which we have the pleasure of sharing widely with our research and innovation community. You may make submissions to JIPE.ca at any time.

  • 2021-12-15

    Call for Papers "Indigenous Education and Research in a Polytechnic Context"

    Call for Papers "Indigenous Education and Research in a Polytechnic Context"

    Boozhoo, Shé:kon, Kwe, Hello,

    We kindly invites authors to contribute to this issue of JIPE by sharing stories, teachings, and inter-disciplinary dialogue that centres Indigenous peoples and cultures; ways of being and becoming; theories of knowledge and knowing; and practices of teaching and learning. JIPE especially encourages scholarly work in partnership with Indigenous communities, both within rural, urban and remote contexts, which explore the impact of innovative teaching and learning practices that push the boundaries of traditional educational theory and delivery. Submissions will be peer reviewed and collaborative expressions of interest must include at least one Indigenous co-writer.

    Expressions of Interest (EOI) are requested for this Issue of JIPE exploring the topic of “Indigenous Education and Research in a Polytechnic Context.”

    Please see official call for papers (by clicking on the title) for more information.

    EOIs should be submitted to humberpress@humber.ca

    Deadline: June 2nd, 2022

    *Please watch out for upcoming announcements. JIPE will be updating the Submission Guidelines and providing authors with a Submission Template and Checklist.

  • 2021-12-15

    Call for Papers "Beyond Sustainability: Regenerative Design"

    We seek to expand our understanding of regenerative design. Success in regenerative design is measured by the holistic improvements in health and wellbeing for humans, other living beings and ecosystems.

    Expressions of interest (EOI) are invited for the JIPE Issue “Beyond Sustainability: Regenerative Design.”

    Please see the official call for papers (by clicking on the title) for more information. 

    EOIs should be submitted to humberpress@humber.ca

    Deadline Extended: June 2nd, 2022

    *Please watch out for upcoming announcements. JIPE will be updating the Submission Guidelines and providing authors with a Submission Template and Checklist.

Current Issue

Volume 4, No. 1Beyond COVID-19

Published March 18, 2022

JIPE Volume 4 Issue 1 Cover, Digital image of Iceberg

Issue description

“Embracing an innovation mindset propels curiosity into actionable results.”

These past two years, we have endured challenges yet achieved numerous milestones. The impact of our ability to pivot, take risks and embrace change is apparent in the amou ... See the full issue

Full Issue

Foreword