International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education (IEJME) as an international journal has been gaining higher prominence in the international community of mathematics educators since the new structure has been in effect. We will briefly reflect on the changes we made in IEJME in this editorial. We receive an increasing number of submissions every month and our acceptance rate is 11% for the past one year. To better address the needs of the authors and reviewers we are in the process of adopting a new online submission system, which we believe will help us inform the authors in a timely manner and enable the authors and the reviewers to track the progress of the articles submitted or waiting to be reviewed in a more organized way. For journal editors, handling the review process is a challenging task that includes assigning appropriate reviewers for the submissions and providing timely, fair and informative reviews (Alacaci, 2010; Zembat, Alacaci, Argun, 2010). Our new online submission and tracking system will foster this practice in a more timely and organized way.
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