New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction

New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction is the international, multidisciplinary book series of EARLI and is published by Routledge.


The aim of the series is to present, to the scholarly community, high quality, theoretically-driven research in the areas of learning and instruction. Books that are published in the series are innovative, attempting to forge new conceptions of the field. Originality, scientific merit, and significance for the field are what guide the series. Both edited collections and sole-authored texts that meet these criteria are considered for publication. The focus is on European work, however, contributions from non-European researchers and non-members of EARLI are invited. The series is designed to appeal to a wide audience of researchers and post-graduate students in education and psychology.

Check out the video below by editors Mien Segers & Isabel Raemdonck, which explains what the EARLI Book Series are al about, and how you can submit.


Prospective authors of monographs and editors of thematic collections are invited to submit proposals to the Chair of the Editorial Board for consideration by the Board.

The procedure works in two phases:

1. Submitting a book proposal

2. Submitting an accepted manuscript

Guidelines for submitting a book proposal

Guidelines for submitting an accepted manuscript


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Prof. Dr. Mien Segers


Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Isabel Raemdonck

Prof. Dr. Isabel Raemdonck


Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

Editorial Team

Editorial Board

David Gijbels
University of Antwerp, Belgium

Sanna Järvelä
University of Oulu, Finland

Margareta Limon
Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain

Karen Littleton
The Open University, UK

Wolff-Michael Roth
University of Victoria, Canada

Advisory Board

Costas Constantinou
University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Valéria Csépe
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

Sibel Erduran
University of Bristol, UK

Sylvia Rojas-Drummond
UNAM, Mexico

Martin Valcke
Ghent University, Belgium

Lieven Verschaffel
University of Leuven, Belgium

Kate Wall
Newcastle University, UK

Marold Wosnitza
RWTH Aachen University, Germany